Alumni Gather in Auckland
Over 100 Laidlaw College Alumni (BTI, BCNZ, MASTERS Institute) gathered at the Henderson campus on 3 and 4 August 2012.
Vyvyan Hunt encourages College community
We were joined by Vyvyan Hunt, a long-time supporter of the College, at our Community Gathering on Tuesday 7 August 2012.
Drs Jack and Judith Balswick at Laidlaw
Professors Jack and Judy Balswick, both recently retired from Fuller Seminary, have arrived at Laidlaw and will be living on the Auckland campus for the next six weeks
John Goldingay interview and other conference videos now available
Videos of the God, Humanness and Disability Conference, held on 6 July 2012, are now available.
Princeton Fellowship for Nicola Hoggard Creegan
Nicola Hoggard Creegan has been granted a visiting fellowship at the Center for Theological Inquiry in Princeton for nine months beginning in September.
Videos now available - "Jesus, Israel and the Church - a Messianic Jew speaks"
Videos of the public lecture event featuring Bob Mendelsohn held at the Auckland campus on 13 June are now available on our website.
Auckland Church Leaders' Day videos now available!
Videos of the keynote addresses delivered at the Auckland Church Leaders' Day held on 18 May are now available on our website.
Video now available - "Israel and the 'last days': What does the Bible say?"
Videos of the dialogue and discussion event (featuring Richard Neville and Stephen Sizer) held at the Auckland campus on 9 May are now available on our website.
Disability Inclusion: A Strategic Priority for Laidlaw
We're pleased to announce that a new section on Disability Inclusion has just been added to our website.
Change of plans for postgraduate course
Unfortunately the visit to Laidlaw by Dr Christine Pohl has been cancelled, including her course Ethics of Community. We are grateful to Dr Judith Brown for being willing to teach, at short notice, a Masters course from 11-22 June 2012, in place of the one which was planned.
Stephen Sizer answers the hard questions
During Stephen’s visit last week, Principal Rod Thompson interviewed Stephen and invited him to explain some of the accusations made against him.
Church Leaders Support Bishop Victoria
Amidst all the controversy surrounding the deconstruction of the Christ Church Cathedral, 70 church leaders from Canterbury came together in support of Bishop Victoria and the Anglican Diocese of Christchurch.
Edition 8 of Encounter out now!
Edition 8 our bi-monthly newsletter, Encounter, has just been released.
John Goldingay comes to Laidlaw
We are delighted to announce that Laidlaw College in partnership with CBM will be holding a one-day conference, God, Humanness, and Disability, presented by John Goldingay (David Allan Hubbard Professor of Old Testament at Fuller Seminary).
Over the Rainbow | Over the Moon
On Saturday 18 February, just after 8am, Graeme McNae, Tongan Programme Coordinator at Laidlaw College was one of 40 cycling enthusiasts who set off on the Bible Society’s Rainbow Ride, a mountain bike ride of 106km over the northern tip of the Southern Alps.