Who are we?
CASE stands for the Centre for Apologetic Scholarship and Education. CASE is an activity of New College, at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia.
CASE exists to explore the importance and place of Christianity in today’s world. It carries out Christian apologetics—the activity of defending the Christian faith, engaging with other world views and attracting ‘thinking’ people to the message of the Christian faith. CASE equips Christians to understand their faith and talk about it creatively and intelligently. CASE also provides an open, intellectual environment in which non-Christian enquirers and sceptics can seek and obtain meaningful input about the relevance of the Christian faith.
The Director of CASE is Professor Trevor Cairney.
What do we do?
Activities of CASE include:
- public lectures, seminars and conferences
- the publication, in paper and electronic forms, of Case magazine, newsletters, books and fact sheets
- an online presence and the provision of resources through this website and the CASE blog
- provision of an advisory and reference service for the media offering Christian points of view on current issues.
About this website:
- Many of the resources on this site are in PDF format. This helps to preserve the presentation of the material and allows us to manage its usage. To read PDF documents you need a PDF reader which can be downloaded for free here.
- Views expressed on this site are not necessarily the views of New College, the Anglican Church Diocese of Sydney, or the CASE staff.