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Accordance Bible Software Training Seminar 21 July at St Francis College

Accordance Bible Software Training Seminar
Saturday 21 July 9am – 4pm
Lecture Room 1, St Francis College

Accordance equips you with cutting-edge original language tools, interactive 3D maps, a dynamic interlinear, drag-and-drop graphical searching, and a host of other tools designed to take your Bible study to the next level. All of these tools come packaged in a clean and simple interface that can be customized to complement your Bible study objectives.

Morning:        9:00 am – 12:30 pm    Accordance Basics

Afternoon:     1:00 pm – 4:00 pm      Advanced Original Languages

For more information, and to register, click here.

 For further details contact

Eve James

Library Manager, Roscoe Library

St Francis College


233 Milton Rd, Milton Q 4064

PO Box 1261, Milton Q 4064




P: (07) 3514 7419

F: (07) 3369 4691




Preaching, emotion and the Anglican Tradition – Saturday 30th June at St John’s Cathedral

Saturday 30th June 2018 • 9.45am – 2.30pm
With The University of Queensland Node of the ARC Centre of Excellence
for the History of the Emotions, St John’s Cathedral is hosting
an event to celebrate and explore the ways preachers have
appealed to the emotions of their listeners across the ages.
After the reading of a sermon by the famous 17th Century
preacher and poet John Donne, the day will feature a talk
on sermons and emotions by The Reverend Dr Erica Longfellow,
Chaplain and Dean of Divinity at New College Oxford
Please RSVP and advise any dietary requirements to Lisa Clarke
by email:
or by phone: 3835 2239


The 4th Annual Women’s Theology Conference at Grace College, St Lucia 27 – 30 June 2018

The 4th Annual Women’s
Theology Conference, to be held at Grace
College, St Lucia 27 – 30 June 2018.
This is Australia’s only international, all women,
ecumenical conference. Featuring
presenters from a range of theological
and spiritual background, the conference
theme is ‘Lifting Marginalised Voices’ and
we have two fantastic keynote speakers,
Dr Monica Melanchthon and Rev Dr Avril
More information available at