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 Jonathan Holland                                       Peter Kline

Marie-Louise Craig                                     Jo Inkpin

 Penny Jones                                                Jonathan Sargeant

 Eve James                                                    Suzie Anthonisz

Plus, our sessional lecturers  

Marian Free                                                 Cathy Laufer               

Doug Stevens                                               Janice McRandal


Jonathan Holland

Executive Director and Principal of St Francis College

Lecturer in New Testament studies

07 3514 7401
0406 425 826



  • PhD (UQ, 2006)

  • Master of Arts (UQ, 1999)

  • Oxford Certificate of Theology (1982)

  • Bachelor of Arts (Oxon, 1981)

  • Bachelor of Arts (Hons) (UWA, 1978)

Teaching areas

  • Liturgical Theology

  • Introduction to the New Testament

  • The Gospels

  • Church History

Professional and ministry experience

  • Parish ministry:

    • Assistant Priest, St James King St, Sydney, NSW

    • Rector, Church of the Ascension, Midland, WA

    • Rector, Christ Church St Lucia, Queensland

  • Archdeacon of Oxley, Brisbane

  • Examining Chaplain, Brisbane

  • Canon St John’s Cathedral, Brisbane

  • Assistant Bishop with responsibility for the Northern Region, Diocese of Brisbane

  • Lecturer, Charles Sturt University

Academic and educational interests

Church History: the early church and 19th century church history, The New Testament, especially the Gospels; Liturgy; Church in society


Jonathan is currently engaged in writing the biography of Bishop Philip Strong, a missionary bishop of Papua New Guinea (1936-1962) and Archbishop of Brisbane (1963-1970).  He is also preparing a chapter for a book on the theological training and formation of clergy in Queensland since the mid-19th century.

Jonathan has an ongoing interest in the relationship between society and church.


  • Mark: my words, co-editor of a set of reflections on Mark’s Gospel as a Lenten book.

  • Eyes’ Delight: six paintings and their theological meanings, (privately published, 1998)

  • Jesus Unbound: the story of Jesus of Nazareth (Acorn, 2008)

  • Anglicans, Trams and Paw Paws: the story of the diocese of Brisbane 1945-1980, (Copy Right Publishing, 2013)

Book chapters

·         ‘Encountering God in Christ’ in Encountering God: face to face with the Divine, ed. Nigel Leaves (Morning Star Publishing, 2014)

Conference presentations, seminars and workshops

  • Retreat leader in various dioceses

  • Regional Clergy Conferences

  • Heads of Anglican Schools retreats


Peter Kline

Academic Dean

Lecturer in Systematic Theology


07 3514 7418


  • Doctor of Philosophy (Vanderbilt University)

  • Master of Theology (University of Edinburgh)

  • Master of Divinity (Princeton Theological Seminary)

  • Bachelor of Arts (Wheaton College)

Teaching areas

  • Jesus the Christ

  • Being the Church

  • Contemporary Theology in Global Perspective

  • Classic Texts in Christian Theology


  • Kierkegaard

  • Mysticism

  • Apophatic / negative theology

  • Theology and art



Articles / Chapters

  • “Apophasis and Abasement: Writing Jesus with Soren Kierkegaard and Craig Keen,” in Whistling in the Dark: Of the Theology of Craig Keen. Co-edited by Janice McRandal and Stephen John Wright. Eugene: Cascade, Forthcoming.

  • “Imaging Nothing: Kierkegaard and the Imago Dei,” Anglican Theological Review. Fall 2018.

  • “’You Wonder Where The Spirit Went’: Barth and Jenson on the Hiddenness of God,” in Barth in Conversation, Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock, 2014.

  • “Absolute Action: Divine Hiddenness in Kierkegaard’s Fear and Trembling,Modern Theology. July, 2012.

  • “Christ-Haunted Ohio: The Spiritual and Theological Vision of Over the Rhine,” Koinonia. 2012.

  • “Participation in God and the Nature of Christian Community: Robert Jenson and Eberhard Jüngel,” International Journal of Systematic Theology. 2011.



Marie-Louise Craig

Lecturer in Biblical Studies and Biblical Languages


0400 385 711



  • Doctor of Philosophy (Hebrew Linguistics) (Charles Sturt University)

  • Bachelor of Theology Honours (Charles Sturt University)

  • Bachelor of Theology (Charles Sturt University)

  • Diploma of Theology (Australian College of Theology)

  • Bachelor of Arts (German language and Literature, English literature) (University of Queensland)

  • Bachelor of Music (School Music) (University of Queensland)

Teaching areas

Biblical Studies
Biblical Languages

Professional and ministry experience

  • High School Teaching

  • 30 years of congregational ministry (The Salvation Army)

  • Adjunct Lecturer (Hebrew and Introduction to Biblical Languages), CSU

Academic and educational interests

Languages (Hebrew, Greek, Syriac, Latin, German), Exegesis, Preaching, Spiritual formation, Leadership training

Professional memberships and associations

  • Society of Biblical Literature

  • International Syriac Language Project


Honours dissertation: The emergence of Hebrew-English lexicons: From Udall to Parkhurst. (Bachelor of Theology Honours Thesis), Charles Sturt University, Canberra.

Doctoral Thesis: Hebrew-English Lexicons of the British Isles: From John Parkhurst (1762) to Benjamin Davies (1872). (PhD), Charles Sturt University.

Current research: The history of Hebrew-English lexicons in America, the Hebrew-English lexicons of the twentieth century and today, the most influential pre-modern Hebrew-Latin lexicons.


Pioneers and ‘no through roads’: The story of the early Hebrew-English lexicons. In J. Loopstra & M. Sokoloff (Eds.), Foundations for Syriac Lexicography V: Colloquia of the International Syriac Language Project (pp. 21-42). Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2012.

Lexicography: Pre-Modern Period. In G. Khan, S. Bolokzy, S. E. Fassberg, G. A. Rendsburg, A. D. Rubin, O. R. Schwarzwald & T. Zewi (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Hebrew Language and Linguistics (Vol. 2, pp. 514-520). Leiden: Brill, 2013.

Take one Hebrew lexicon, add fresh theology and mix well: The impact of theology on Hebrew-English lexicons. In R. A. Taylor & C. E. Morrison (Eds.), Reflections on Lexicography: Explorations in Ancient Syriac, Hebrew, and Greek Sources (pp. 147-210). Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2014.

Conference presentations, seminars and workshops

  • SBL National Conference (2009)

  • ISLP Conference, St Petersburg (2014)


The Rev’d Dr Jo Inkpin

Senior Tutor
Lecturer in Christian History

07 3514 7414
Twitter: @blessedimp
Websites: www.blessedimp.org  www.penandinkreflections.org   makingatrack.wordpress.com


  • Doctor of Philosophy (University of Durham)

  • Certificate in Theology (Distinction) (University of Oxford)

  • Bachelor of Arts Hons (1st class) & Master of Arts in Theology (University of Oxford)

  • Bachelor of Arts Hons (1st class) & Master of Arts in Modern History (University of Oxford)

Teaching areas

  • Christian History

  • Interreligious studies

  • Reconciliation and peacemaking

  • Ecumenical studies

  • Anglican spirituality and mission

  • Ecological theology

  • Gender and sexuality

Professional and ministry experience

  • Ordained 30 years, with significant inner city, rural & suburban parish experience

  • Lecturer in Church History, Ripon College Cuddesdon (UK) & Examiner for Certificate of Theology, Oxford University

  • Sessional Lecturer for Cambridge University Extension Courses (UK), North East Ordination Course (UK) , St John’s Morpeth (CSU) & Newcastle School of Theology

  • Rural & Environment Officer (Diocese of Durham & Churches Regional Commission for the North East) & member National Rural Officers Network (UK)

  • ‘Recognised & Regarded Minister’ by the Methodist Conference UK, 2000

  • Decade to Overcome Violence Manager, National Council of Churches in Australia

  • Education & Advocacy Officer, National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Ecumenical Commission

  • General Secretary, NSW Ecumenical Council & Secretary, Faith & Unity Commission, National Council of Churches in Australia

  • Various leading roles in Interreligious organisations (including Australian National Dialogue of Christians, Muslims & Jews)

  • Co-chair, Anglican Church Southern Queensland’s Reconciliation Action Plan Group

Academic and educational interests

Christian History; Peace & Reconciliation; Gender & Sexuality; Interreligious Dialogue; Social & Ecological Ethics; Spirituality, Anglican Identities and Transformative Mission


Jon Inkpin is from the north-east of England and has worked in several different capacities (including in theological education, community development, peace and reconciliation, interreligious dialogue and environmental mission), at local, regional and national levels. An historian, theologian, social ethicist, and border crossing activist, she is currently particularly engaged in issues of interreligious challenge, Australian Reconciliation, and gender & sexuality.  


I have a lifelong interest in Christianity and its relationships to identity, difference, and social & political change. Current principal issues are Australian Reconciliation (working towards a book: Beyond Apology: a whole body theology of Reconciliation), gender & sexuality, and inter-religious relationships. I am also seeking time to research further a 17th Anglican priest ancestor who survived as an English parish priest throughout the extraordinary turbulent years and changing politics of the 1630s-1660s.



  • Religion and Violence, editor, and chapter: ‘Towards a Global Ethic of Peace and Reconciliation’, ATF Press, Adelaide, 2007.

  • Kerker: It’s Time – a collection of Indigenous Christian theology, NATSIEC, Sydney, 2007 (co-editor, with Graeme Mundine)

  • ‘Combating the “Sin of Self-Sacrifice”: Christian Feminism in the Women’s Suffrage Struggle 1903-1918, PhD Thesis, School of Theology, University of Durham, 1996

Book chapters

  • ‘Building a Model City of Peace and Harmony Down Under’, in We Will Seek Peace and Pursue It, edited Neil Paynter, Wild Goose Publications, Glasgow, UK, 2015

  • ‘Encountering God in Difference’, in Encountering God, edited Nigel Leaves, Morning Star Publishing, 2014

  • Contributions in Holy God: Liturgies and worship resources for an engaged spirituality, Paynter, N. & Boothroyd, H. (eds), Wild Goose Publications, Glasgow, UK, 2009

Journal articles and other publications

  • ‘Is there still a place for Christian feminism?’, Eremos 129,

  • ‘Living with the Shadows, Finding Hope in the Celtic Blackbird: reflections on the path to healing and reconciliation in Ireland,’ Eremos

  • ‘Coming Right Way: Reconnecting with Land and People in Australia’, Eremos

  • Review of James W. Jones, Blood that Cries Out from the Earth: The Psychology of Religious Violence, Journal of Anglican Studies, Volume 7, Special Issue 02, Nov 2009.

  • ‘Nei Neiwa Yi Yu Gali: Towards a Whole Body Theology of Reconciliation’, Australian Association of Mission Studies, 2008

  • with G.Mundine:, ‘The Lazarus Demand – Overcoming Indigenous Poverty: A Biblical Reflection on John Ch.11’, Australian e-Journal of Theology, Feb 2006.

  • ‘Jesus and Gender’, Movement for the Ordination of Women, London, UK, 1990 & 2002.

  • ‘Tender Comrade: Jesus and Masculinity’, Southwell and Oxford Papers, Oxford, 1989.

  • Making a Track: a selection of the first Christian feminists – blog, 2014

  • co-producer, with G. Russell-Mundine, and G. Mundine: Make Indigenous Poverty History – CD-ROM resource, NATSIEC/NCCA, Sydney, 2006.

  • Seeds of Peace – stories of Australians transforming violence – CD resource, NCCA, 2005.

  • Whispers of Peace – enhanced double CD of songs & sheet music for the Decade to Overcome Violence, NCCA, Sydney, 2004.

  • Journey of Promise: young Australian Christians, Muslims and Jews seeking understanding (DVD resource), NCCA, Sydney

  • Five Bible Studies for the Decade to Overcome Violence, NCCA, Sydney, &, with E. Ninnes, Cultivating Peace: resources for the Decade to Overcome Violence, NCCA, 2003.

  • One People, Many Religions – video resource, Gateshead Council, UK, 1994.

Conference presentations, seminars and workshops


  • various for: Vesak Celebrations and Inter-religious Conferences at UNESCO, Paris (2013-2015)

  • various for: International Inter-religious Peace & Harmony Conferences, Toowoomba (2012-15)

  • ‘Attentiveness; Simone Weil and the Spiritual Key to Education’ , ACSQ Diocesan Schools Conference, Gold Coast (2012)

  • ‘Embracing the darkness: the contemplative path and action together in the contemporary world’, keynote address, National Interfaith Forum of Aotearoa New Zealand (2010)

  • ‘Receiving the Gift: Christian Unity in a post-ecumenical world’, keynote address, Presbyterian & Methodist Ecumenical Conference, Christchurch New Zealand (2009)

  • ‘Religious Addictions to Violence and possible antidotes’, keynote address to ‘Thou Shalt Not Kill’ Conference, Centre for Peace & Conflict Studies, Sydney University (2008)


The Revd. Penny Jones

Director of Formation

Lecturer in Homiletics





  • Master of Arts in Theology - University of Oxford

  • Master of Arts in English Literature - University of Cambridge

  • Certificate of Ministry Education - University of Oxford

  • Diploma of Adult Education - University of Sunderland

  • Licentiate of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in Speech and Drama Associate of the Imperial Society of the Teachers of Dancing

  • Accredited Spiritual Director and Supervisor Veriditas

  • Accredited Labyrinth Facilitator

  • Accredited Interplay Facilitator


Teaching areas

  • Homiletics

  • Spirituality

  • Formation

  • Practical Theology

Professional and ministry experience

  • Director of Formation and Lecturer

  • Parish Priest in wide variety of contexts

  • School Chaplain

  • Spiritual Director and Supervisor Retreat Conductor

  • Career Advisor

  • Dance and Drama Teacher

Academic and educational interests

Spirituality, Theology of the Body, Faith Formation, Field Education,  Practical Theology, Feminist Theology

With over thirty years experience in Parish ministry, theological education, school chaplaincy and spiritual direction, Penny works as the Director of Formation for St. Francis College and as Priest-in-Charge of the Parish of Auchenflower-Milton. She is passionate about forming clergy whose faith is vibrant, whose ministry engaged with their local context and whose lives model what it means to follow Christ in post-modern Australia. Penny is trained in spiritual direction from a contemplative perspective and seeks to train contemplative leaders for today's church.

Professional memberships and associations

Australian Network of Spiritual Directors Spiritual Directors Internatonal Interplay Australia Veriditas Women In the Church


Penny's research interests are around the interface of spirituality with the Theology of the Body on which she wrote a recent dissertation.


Co-author FAITH360:Praying In Anglican Ways

Make Indigenous Poverty History Prayer Sheets for the National Council of Churches Australia

Conference presentations, seminars and workshops

  • Retreats for Women of Spirit

  • Presentations to multiple conferences of the Multi-Faith Multi-Cultural Centre Toowoomba on women and Christian faith

  • Presenter Anglican Schools Conference Sydney

  • MOW 2010 Lecture Series keynote speaker


Jonathan Sargeant

Lecturer in Practical Theology: Christian Education, Youth and families ministry, Theology and the Arts
Director of Lay Education

07 3514 7442
0438 768 676


  • Currently engaged in doctoral research (University of Queensland)

  • Master of Ministry (Charles Sturt University)

  • Bachelor of Theology (Brisbane College of Theology)

  • Youth and Education Assistance Diploma (Brisbane College of Theology)

  • Diploma in Teaching (Primary) (Brisbane College of Advanced Education, now QUT)

Teaching areas

  • Youth, children’s and families ministry

  • Christian education and discipleship

  • Theology and the Arts with film in particular

Professional and ministry experience

  • Primary teaching

  • Youth Worker (Congregational and Diocesan)

  • School Chaplain (The Gap State High School)

  • Education Officer (Diocese of Brisbane)

  • Lecturer (Charles Sturt University)

Academic and educational interests
Christian education, faith formation, film and spirituality, cinema studies, youth, children’s and families ministry, cultural analysis studies


Jonathan is available to assist your parish or deanery in a number of ways, including:

  • Leading training sessions for Sunday School teachers, children’s and youth leaders, RE Teachers etc in various areas of Christian worship, formation and mission

  • Christian and Lay education advocacy

  • Facilitating 360 Programs in the Bible360, Faith360 and Mission360 streams

With extensive experience in parish development, youth ministry and state school chaplaincy, Jonathan Sargeant works as Lay Education Officer for the Ministry Education Commission.  A trained teacher, youth and children’s worker and lay minister, he has been working with parishes and schools in education for more than 25 years. For his Masters he specialised in the intersection of faith and popular culture, as well as analysing curricula materials for religious education.

He co-authored the best-selling Religious Education Teachers Orientation Program for State Schools, as well as The Guide for Religious Education Teachers and The R2 Program, a professional development kit for RE teachers in Anglican Schools now widely used in Australia and New Zealand.

Most recently, he has created the FAISS Program, an intensive course in Anglicanism which he facilitates for Anglican Schools and agencies. He is currently invloved in the transformation of this program into an on-line entity.

Professional memberships and associations

  • Brisbane Churches Together Chaplaincy and RE Commission

  • BCT/Scripture Union Dialogue

  • Religious Instruction Quality Assurance Task Group (QLD Government)


Jonathan is currently engaged in doctoral research into cinematic depictions of God and what these may mean for the Church. How these depictions have developed historically and the ensuing implications for missiology will be at the forefront of such research.

Jonathan has an ongoing interest in Australian cultures and the work of the church in engaging with them; both in listening to, and speaking with these cultures.


  • Religious Education Teachers Orientation Program (co-authored -1993)

  • The Guide for Religious Education Teachers in Qld State Schools (co-authored -1995)

  • The R2 Program: Professional development for RE Teachers in Anglican Schools (co-authored -2001)

  • The FAISS Program (Formative Anglican Induction for School Staff) (2008)

  • Child Protection Policy Training: an online course (2017)

Book chapters

  • From the Mouths of Babes – Children and Young People Interact with the Incarnation, in That Our Joy May be Complete: essays on the Incarnation for the New Millennium, edited by Marion Free, Rosemary Gill, Jonathan Holland, John Mainstone (2000)

  • Chaplain as Patron, Curator and Advocate of the Arts – using creativity as missional tool, in Ministry in Anglican Schools, Barton Books (2012)

Conference presentations, seminars and workshops

  • Ignite conferences

  • Elevation conferences

  • CNet and YNet Conferences

  • National Anglican School Conferences

  • Catholic Christian Educators Conferences

  • Australian Association of Religious Educators Conferences

  • Dialogue Australasia Conferences

  • Australian Youth Workers Conferences

  • National Christian Youth Conventions

  • Sea of Faith Conferences

  • Professional development for Anglican and Catholic schools

  • 360 Program, Brisbane Diocese and Anglican Communion

  • Regional Clergy Conferences


Eve James

Library Manager


07 35147419




  • Master of Applied Science (Library and Information Management) (Charles Sturt University)

  • Diploma of Theology (Institute of Faith Education)

  • Diploma of Education (University of Queensland)

  • Bachelor of Science (James Cook University)


Sessional Lecturing Staff


The Rev’d Canon Dr Marian Free

Sessional Lecturer in Paul and His Letters and The Synoptic Gospels

0402 985 593



  • Doctor of Philosophy (University of Queensland)

  • Diploma in Education (Sydney Teacher’s College)

  • Bachelor of Arts (University of Queensland)

Teaching Areas

  • Paul and His Letters

  • The Synoptic Gospels

Academic and educational interests

Biblical Studies, in particular the letters of Paul. Liturgical Theology

Professional memberships and associations

  • CSU School of Theology

  • Australian Academy of Liturgy (Chair, Queensland Chapter)


My current research areas are:

  • Church Ministry

  • The significance for contemporary theology of a range of postmodern social and linguistic theories.


  • Free, Marian, Gill, Rosemary, Holland, Jonathan, and Mainstone (Eds) That our Joy May be Complete. Adelaide: Open Book Publishers, 2000.

  • Free, Marian. “Paul’s inclusive Gospel.“ in Pieces of Ease and Grace. Ed. Alan H. Cadwallader. Adelaide: ATF Theology. 2013,135-150.

  • Free, Marian. “Liturgy and the Bible.” in The Once and Future Scriptures. Ed. Gregory C. Jenks. Oregon: Polebridge Press, 2013, 95-112.

  • Free, Marian. “Encountering God in the Letters of Saint Paul.” in Encountering God: Face-to-face with the Divine. Ed Nigel Leaves, Victoria: Morning Star Publishing, 2014, 53-70.

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The Rev’d Dr Cathy Laufer

Sessional Lecturer in Theology


07 5351 1215



  • Doctor of Philosophy (Monash University)

  • Master of Education (University of Melbourne)

  • Bachelor of Theology (Melbourne College of Divinity)

  • Graduate Diploma of Psychology (WAIT, now Curtin University)

  • Bachelor of Science (Australian National University)

Teaching Areas

  • Triune God

  • Anglican Foundations

Professional and ministry experience

  • Ordained 2000, parish ministry in Melbourne and on the Sunshine Coast.

  • University lecturer in psychology and theology.

  • Psychologist, working with intellectually disabled and highly gifted children, and in grief counselling.

Academic and educational interests

Christology, Trinity, Liturgy

Professional memberships and associations

  • CSU School of Theology

  • Registered as a non-practising psychologist, Queensland


Hell’s Destruction. An Exploration of Christ’s Descent to the Dead. Farnham, England: Ashgate, 2013.

‘Death and our Ultimate Destiny’ in P. Tolliday & H. Thomson (eds), Speaking Differently. Essays in Theological Anthropology. Canberra: Barton Books, 31-47, 2013.

‘Behold an Israelite in Whom There is No Guile’, in I. Weeks & D. Reid (eds), A Thoughtful Life. Essays in Philosophical Theology: A Festshrift for Rev Professor Harry Wardlaw, Adelaide: ATF Press, 239-254, 2006.

‘The Farewell Discourse in John’s Gospel as a Commentary on the Seder Service.’ Colloquium, 27, 147-160, 1995.

‘Do We Call You ‘Mother’? Reflections on a Year with a Woman Vicar.’ Ministry Society and Theology, 8 (2), 68-70, 1994.

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The Rt Rev’d Dr Douglas Stevens

Sessional Lecturer in Practical Theology


0413 805 010



  • Doctor of Ministry Studies (University of Divinity, Melbourne)

  • Master in Philosophy (University of Dublin)

  • Bachelor of Theology (Hons) (Australian College of Theology)

  • Bachelor of Arts (University of Newcastle)

  • Grad Cert Church Leadership and Management (Charles Sturt University)

Teaching areas

  • Practical theology

Professional and ministry experience

  • Ordained 37 years, with significant parish experience and sometime Bishop of Riverina

  • Anglican Co-Chair AUSTARC

  • Chair of NSW Provincial Commission on Christian Education

  • Sessional Lecturer in New Testament and Theology, St John’s College, Morpeth

  • Diocesan education office, Diocese of Grafton

Academic and educational interests

Ecumenical theology, inter-faith theology and dialogue, Asian Christian theology. political theology, Anglican theology, spirituality


Currently Rector of the Anglican Parish of St. Bartholomew, Mt Gravatt, Anglican Co-Chair AUSTARC, Area Dean Moreton

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Dr Janice McRandal

Research Fellow, Centre for Public and Contextual Theology, Charles Sturt University

Sessional Lecturer


Teaching Areas

God, Humanity, and Difference

Contemporary Theology in Global Context


Research Interests

Systematic Theology                            Feminist Theology

Gender Theory                                     Critical Race Theory

Postcolonial Criticism                         Continental Philosophy

Sports                                                     Pop Culture




Contested Theology: bodies, sport, and motion. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, forthcoming 2018.

Whistling in the Dark: on the theology of Craig Keen, co-edited with Stephen John Wright. Eugene: Wipf & Stock, forthcoming 2018.

Sarah Coakley and the Future of Systematic Theology, Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2016.

Christian Doctrine and the Grammar of Difference: a contribution to feminist systematic theology. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2015.


Book Chapters

“Introduction”. In Whistling in the Dark: on the theology of Craig Keen, co-edited with Stephen John Wright. Eugene: Wipf & Stock, forthcoming 2018.

“Risky Words, Dissenting Bodies”. In Whistling in the Dark: on the theology of Craig Keen, co-edited with Stephen John Wright. Eugene: Wipf & Stock, forthcoming 2018.

“Embodied Gods: Anthropomorphism and Subjectivity”. In Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks: Gender -‘God’ Edited by Sîan Hawthorne, forthcoming 2018.

Introduction “Being George Eliot: an impossible standpoint?” ”. In Sarah Coakley and the Future of Systematic Theology. Janice McRandal, editor.  Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2016.

 “On Power and Silence: Reading Foucault with Coakley”. In Sarah Coakley and the Future of Systematic Theology. Janice McRandal, editor.  Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2016.

 “Gender: Difference, Sin and the Trinity”. In Speaking Differently: Essays in Theological Anthropology. Phillip Tolliday and Heather Thomson, eds. Canberra: Barton Books, 2013.


Articles in Refereed Journals

“Subject to Spirit: The Promise of Pentecostal Feminist Pneumatology and Its Witness to Systematics”. In Pneuma 35:1 (2013), pp 48-60.

“A Free Man’s World: Open Theism and the Feminist Critique of Autonomy”. In Aldersgate Papers 9 (2011).

“Sarah Coakley: Systematic Theology and the Future of Feminism”. In Pacifica 24:3 (2011), pp. 300-314.

“Struggled For and Not Possessed: Language for the Divine and the Apophatic Turn”. In St Mark’s Review 215 (2011), pp. 71-86.

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