Position: Adjunct Lecturer
Doctor of Philosophy
Bachelor of Theology (Hons)
Bachelor Education (physical education)
Graduate Diploma in Teaching English to Speakers of other Languages (TESOL)
SA College of Advanced Education
Diploma in Pastoral Studies
Adelaide College of Divinity
Areas of Teaching
Systematic Theology (Ecclesiology, Ministry)
Tim brings over 20 years of tertiary theological teaching experience, and 26 years of ordained Anglican ministry experience with him, and a special interest in ministry formation with a strong missional focus.
Tim is a Research Fellow at the College, teaches in New Testament as well as contextual and applied theology. His PhD is in Pauline theology and status conventions in the world of the early church. He was New Testament Moderator for the Australian College of Theology (2004-2011), and he has been a guest lecturer in post-graduate studies in a number of colleges in Australia and New Zealand.
Tim’s ongoing research interests include cultural anthropology, biblical theology and the missional character of the early (sixteenth century) formative stages of the Church in England. He has published articles in a range of journals and has a manuscript based on his doctoral dissertation being finalised for publication, and is also engaged in another writing project on social world transformation within the church in the context of missional witness.
From 2008-2011, Tim was founding Dean of a new theological college in the South Island of New Zealand, and oversaw a new model for theological education at tertiary level that catered for a wide range of students throughout New Zealand.
Tim is an Anglican bishop in the Diocese of Adelaide and often provides bible studies and addresses to a range of conferences.
He is married to Fiona, and together they have three adult children. To relax, Tim enjoys boats, photography and woodwork.
Call No-One on Earth Your Father: Revisioning the Ordained Ministry in the Contemporary Catholic Church, Wipf and Stock Publishers, Eugene, Oregon, 2019
“The Trinity” in Aurora Magazine, Newcastle Herald, October, 2016.
“Living Trinitarian Faith: A Restructured Theology of the Ordained Ministry” in Ordination of Women: Interdenominational perspectives edited by Cathy Thomson and Vic Pfitzner. 2005
“The Ordained Ministry in the Roman Catholic Church: A Feminist Perspective” in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Summer 1997.
“Women, Catholic and Priest” In Women-Church, Issue 13, Spring 1993