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The Armitage lecture series was established in 2005 to remember the first Old Boy of the School who entered the ordained Anglican Ministry. Rev Isaac Armitage left funds in trust to provide a small bursary for Old Boys of the School who entered Moore College. The Lecture series aims to encourage thinking on matters to do with Anglican Schooling.

鶹ֱ was pleased to host the 16th Annual Armitage lecture in the BH Travers Library and welcomed Teachers and Heads from other schools and colleges. This year’s lecture was held by Dr Ruby Holland, an outstanding role model and teacher, who discussed “What We Have Learned About the Nature of Anglican Education Since Archbishop Peter Jensen’s Seminal Armitage Lecture”. Please see below a recording of the lecture.

 

Previous lectures were presented by:

 Year  Speaker  Lecture
2005  Rev Dr Andrew Cameron  "Anglican Schooling in a Pluralistic Society"   
2006 Dr Grant Maple   “A Biblical Theology of Childhood and Adolescence”
2007 Dr Simon Longstaff   “Ethics and the Mission of Anglican Education”  
2008 Dr Trevor Cooling  “Setting the Vision: The Calling of the Christian Teacher in the 21st Century World”
Response (The Rev Dr Bill Salier)  
2009 Archbishop Peter Jensen  “Is there such a thing as Anglican Education?”
Response (Dr Timothy Wright)  
2010 Rev Dr Bruce Winter “Learning for living or just for earning a living? Schooled for service”
Response (Mrs Judith Poole) 
2011 Dr Briony Scott   “What is the measure of success for a Christian School?”
Response (The Rev Dr Michael Jensen) 
2012 Darrell L Bock   “A Look at Spiritual Formation: How The Spirit Shapes our Identity and Character?”
Response (Milton Cujes) 
2013  Dr Julie Townsend  

“So God created human beings in his own image, In the image of God he created them; male and female he created them."

In the 21st century, should we be educating males and females, or educating human beings?”
Response (Dr Bryan Cowling)

2014 Dr Timothy Wright   “Excellence-an Augustinian Tension”
Response (Professor Trevor Cairney) 
2015  Professor David Smith   “Hospitality to the stranger and cross-cultural learning” - see recording below.
2016  Rev. Dr David John Sandifer  “Cultivating innocence: Character formation in the age of porn”
Response (Mrs Jann Robinson)
2017  Dr Julie McGonigle   "A consideration of how the theological virtue of hope can energise a school" 
2018  Dr Brian Rosner “You Do You? Identity Formation and Anglican Schooling”  
2019 Dr Timothy Wright "Radical Autonomy or Radical Dependence?" Response (Dr Paul Burgis, PLC Sydney)

Enquiries: Rev Anthony Benn (abenn@shore.nsw.edu.au)

Previous Armitage Lecture Recordings