Students in their fourth year of the Bachelor of Divinity degree at Moore Theological College have the opportunity to research and write a 5 000 word essay in Church History on some aspect of evangelicalism in Australia or Britain (post-1600).  The excellent quality of some of these essays has encouraged the Church History Department to seek a way to share the fruits of the research and writing of these students with a broader audience. This is the reason for the launch of this new journal Integrity.  See Journal History for more detail.

Vol 3 (2014)

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The extent and cause of the diverse response to Jonathan Edwards’ Narrative in the United Kingdom
Matthew Aroney
For those who’ve come across the seas, we’ve boundless love to share: Refugees, Immigrants, and the Anglican Church in the Wollongong region from the 1970s to 1990s
Jonathan Baird
A comparison between church and secular publications concerning opposition to the introduction of ‘no-fault divorce’ as part of the Family Law Act (1975)
Nathan Campbell
Anglicans and Abortion: Sydney in the Seventies
Murray Colville
Church Union in Australia: Those who stayed out; a Continuing Congregationalist Perspective
Lee Murray
Expecting Ministry Wives: An interview-based analysis of the expectations upon ministry wives in the Sydney Anglican Diocese in the 1960s-80s. What were the expectations placed upon them, did they change and if so, how and why?
Annabel Nixey