Christiaan Mostert, BA, BD (Hons), MA, PhD

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Christiaan (Chris) Mostert is a retired theologian and theological teacher, with a doctorate from the University of Sydney. He has taught Systematic Theology in Seoul (Korea), in Sydney (at United Theological College) and in Melbourne (at the Uniting Church Theological College now known as Pilgrim Theological College and thus in the United Faculty of Theology). He was one of the ten inaugural Professors of the University of Divinity and was appointed Emeritus Professor in 2014. In retirement he has taught several units in Systematic Theology at YTU and elsewhere within the University of Divinity, mainly the Doctrine of the Trinity. Having been an ordained Minister of the Uniting Church in Australia and before that of the Presbyterian Church of Australia since his retirement he has been ordained in the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne, and is an honorary Assistant Priest in the Parish of Christ Church Brunswick.

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Semester 2 – starts Monday 29th July 2024

Most classes commence the week starting 29th July 2024. We are looking forward to welcoming our new and current students back with both Face to Face and Online classes. Please do not hesitate to contact one of the staff below, if you have any questions.Coursework...

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Student results for S1 – Released Friday 12th July

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