LTJ special themed edition: call for papers
A special themed edition of LTJ is being planned for August 2023 on the sensitive and controversial topic of Voluntary Assisted Dying (VAD).
Library no longer accepting donations of second-hand books
While the Library has received donations of second-hand books over the years, it is no longer able to accept these donations.
Change to Library opening hours
Please note that as of January 2023 the Library, as well as ALC's campus, is closed on a Monday and that opening hours have changed.
Attend Fritzsche Oration online or in person
ALC in partnership with the LCA Committee for Lutheran Archives is pleased to present the annual Fritzsche Oration.
Remote reading in an online world
This time of pandemic (and even before this time), has changed the way we access resources.
May edition of LTJ out now
LTJ seeks to encourage and challenge its readers — chiefly the pastors, teachers and lay members of the LCANZ, and the teaching staff and students of theological colleges in Australia...
Ancient meets modern
A rare book rarely sees the light of day and for good reasons. Fragility, security and by their very nature, rarity.
LTJ – December issue out now
This third and final issue of the Lutheran Theological Journal (LTJ) for 2021 contains four articles: two on different aspects of Lutheran theology and two with something of a female...
LTJ special themed issue: Cross-Cultural Ministry - accessible to all
Following the success of the August 2020 issue of the Lutheran Theological Journal (LTJ) on what a post-pandemic church may look like, this year the journal’s editorial team produced another...
Rare books to benefit from Community Heritage Grant
ALC has been successful in its bid to win another federal Community Heritage Grant.
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