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 5 (2016)

Table of Contents


The shifting attitudes of Australian evangelicals towards race in the 1960s
Phil Rademaker
Marie Elizabeth Robinson (nee Taubman) (1925–2014): Extraordinary in the Ordinary
Steph Judd
‘Facts about the child-wife problem from Groote Eylandt, 1938– 1939’: how the account of Sister Elizabeth Taylor sheds light on mission policy and missionary responses to Aboriginal cultural practices in late 1930s Northern Australia
J R Bradshaw
How the evangelical convictions of Sir William Edward Parry influenced his running of the Australian Agricultural Company from 1829 to 1834
Andrew Kyrios
With recourse to the broader Ethiopian, evangelical and biographical contexts, identify the missional motivations and strategies of Dick McLellan.