Plagiarism Policy

Plagiarism, whether deliberate or inadvertent, is inconsistent with academic integrity. It amounts to intellectual theft.  ANZATS will endeavour as far as they are able, to prevent and discourage plagiarism within their publications and conferences. See the full policy below:

Plagiarism Policy

Analysis of ARC Grants in Religion and Theology

This analysis is on past grants information available on the Australian Research Council (ARC) website. The initial analysis was conducted by Paul Oslington in 2012, with some additional grants kindly identified by ARC General Manager Leanne Harvey. It was updated in 2018 by Nick Jensen under the supervision of Paul Oslington. See relevant files below:

Analysis of ARC Grants in Theology 2002-2018

Journal rankings in Religion and Theology 2019


Economic Benefits of Australian Theological Education

Paul Olsington, Professor of Economics and Theology, Alphacrucis College, has conducted a project on the Economic Benefits of Australian Theological Education. See relevant files below:

Project report

Infographic – Benefits of Australian Theological Education

Portrait of the Sector Spreadsheet – July 2020

Economic Value Theology Spreadsheet – July 2020


ANZATS has been involved in two research projects, Uncovering Theology (2008-2009) and Transforming Theology (2011-2012). You can read about these projects here.

Uncovering Theology

Transforming Theology

International Cooperation Initiative Committee of the SBL

The International Co-operation Initiative Committee of the Society of Biblical Literature is publishing a monthy newsletter. If you would like to sign up to the mailing list please contact for further details.
October 2022