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GħST AGM 2018

GħST AGM 2018


Posted on May 2, 2018 | 0 comments

The time has come to close off one chapter and open a new one! All Theology students are invited to join us for our AGM to take stock of the past year and also elect the new Executive that will lead the organisation in the coming year! The AGM shall be held in Room THL 104 on the 9th of May 2018, at 12.00pm. More information can be found here. Please find below the Minutes of the previous AGM. GhST AGM Minuti 2017...

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Measuring Divinity

Measuring Divinity


Posted on Oct 20, 2017 |

  Introduction   Have you ever wondered whether there was some way to integrate all areas of knowledge into a system that actually makes sense? A system which would not fall prey to fallacies and forced arguments, but one that would flow naturally from life to art to mathematics to physics to philosophy to technology to culture to theology and back to life. Well, Pavel Florenskij (1882-1937), known by his peers as the...

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L-Għaqda Studenti tat-Teoloġija (Għ.S.T.) ta’ kull sena tfakkar Jum il-Fondazzjoni tagħha b’laqgħa akkademika. Din is-sena, it-72 waħda mit-twaqqif tal-Għaqda, se niltaqgħu bit-tema: Il-Parroċċa: Missjoni jew Manutenzjoni? Is-soċjetà Maltija għaddiet minn ħafna tibdil, u għalhekk importanti li nieqfu ftit u nagħtu ħarsa kritika lejn il-ħidma pastorali tagħna llum. Għalhekk, permezz t’analiżi mil-lenti soċjoloġika, teoloġika u...

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RAR results are in!

RAR results are in!


Posted on Sep 14, 2017 | 0 comments

After weeks of writing, coffee, compiling, researching, more coffee, blood, sweat, even more coffee, and tears, we’ve reaped the benefits from our hard work as the final RAR results were published during a KPS meeting last Tuesday. GħST placed 15th from a total of 31 organisation who submitted their reports – a full 11 places higher than last year’s report. This was an excellent result given the small size of our...

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  Introduction   The International Theological Conference on “The Spirit of the Reformation: 500 years On” organized by the Faculty of Theology on 27-28 October 2017 seeks to do justice to a “Catholic” and an “Evangelical” or “Protesting” Luther. Martin Luther was a Catholic, and had no intention to form a new Church or have one named after him. His concern was with reforming and not reinventing medieval spirituality. This...

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