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Rev’d Dr Geoff Broughton

Postgraduate Ministry Awards course advisor (M.Min, B.Min)

DipYthMin, MATheol (Moore), ThM (Fuller), PhD (CSU)

Position

Lecturer in Christian Theology and Practical Theology
Postgraduate Ministry Awards course advisor (M.Min, B.Min)

 

Phone

02 6272 6267

 

Email

geoff.broughton@stmarks.edu.au

 

Profile

Geoff Broughton is Lecturer in Christian Theology and Practical Theology at St Mark’s National Theological Centre in Canberra, a partner in the School of Theology of Charles Sturt University. His research interests include the connections between Jesus Christ and justice after more than a decade of inner city life and nearly two decades of Anglican ministry.

Geoff has taught various courses in Australia and the USA in youth ministry, popular culture, ethics and Christian spirituality. Through St Mark’s Geoff is also involved in clergy training, formation and supervision for a number of Anglican dioceses across Australia.

 

Teaching

  • THL111/460 Introduction to Christian Theology
  • THL215/407 Jesus the Christ
  • THL203 Paul and His Letters
  • THL120 Introduction to Practical Theology

 

Publications

  • “Connecting to belonging: A cross-disciplinary inquiry into rural Australian Anglican Church engagements with people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds
  • Journal of Contemporary Religion, January 2017:
  • “Guns ‘N Aussies” in Sojourners,March 2016.
  • “Loving Enemies: dangerous desires, dangerous memories” in  Mark’s ReviewNo. 237, October 2016 (3): 101-112
  • “A Century of Cinematic Christ” in  Mark’s ReviewNo. 234, December 2015 (4): 63 – 76.
  • “The changing face[book] of friendship, fellowship and formation” in  Mark’s ReviewNo. 233, October 2015 (3): 73 – 86
  • “The political narrative of disability support reform: implications for the Church, theology and discipleship” in  Mark’s ReviewNo. 232, July 2015 (2): 96-108
  • Restorative Christ: Jesus, Justice, and Discipleship.Eugene: Pickwick Publications, 2014.
  • “Making Public Theology More Biblical or Biblical Theology More Public? Christopher Marshall’s Interpretation of the Parable of the Prodigal Son in Luke 15” inThe Bible, Justice and Public Theology By David J. Neville Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2014, 72-86.
  • “Girding the loins: The being and doing of theological studies” in God, By Degrees by Jeanette Mathews Barton Books, 2014, 16-23.
  • “Interpretative Strategies for Jesus’ ‘Sermon on the Mount’ (Matthew 5-7) in  Mark’s ReviewNo. 227, February 2014 (1): 21-30.
  • “The significance of Biblical Theology” in  Mark’s ReviewNo. 226, August 2013 (4): 13-25.
  • “Preaching Luke’s Jesus” in St Mark’s Review 223, February 2013 (1): 17-24
  • “Preaching Luke 15 in different contexts” in St Mark’s Review 223, February 2013 (1): 73-79.
  • “Restorative justice” in Complete book of Everyday Christianity by Robert Banks, Graceworks, 2011.
  • “Restorative Justice: Saul’s Encounter with the Risen Jesus.” Crucible: Theology and Ministry2, no. 1 (2009): 1-15.
  • “Restorative Justice: Opportunities for Christian Engagement.” International Journal of Public Theology3, (2009): 299-318.
  • “I buy, therefore I am” (Consumerism) in A Spectator’s Guide to World Views: Ten Ways of Understanding Life. Simon Smart  Sydney: Blue Bottle Books, 2007.
  • “Reading the Bible through the Lens of the Street” in Reflections on a Remarkable Church, Currency Press, 2007.
  • “On the Doorstep: Places for Hospitality, Conversation and Mission”‘ in  Mark’s Reviewno. 196, 2004 (2): 20-27.

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