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Curriculum Vitae – Lionel Windsor

Education

Teaching experience

Academic teaching

  • 2015-present Lecturer in New Testament, Moore College, Sydney.
  • 2014 Lecturing (part-time), Bachelor of Divinity, Greek 1 and Issues in Theology, Moore College, Sydney.
  • 2011-2012 Seminars and Marking, Bachelor of Arts (Theology), Introduction to New Testament (THEO1121), Department of Theology and Religion, Durham University.
  • 2010-2012 Greek Grammar (first year level) for associate ministers, Christchurch Durham, United Kingdom.
  • 2008 Lecturing and Marking, Diploma of Biblical Studies, New Testament 1 (Synoptic Gospels), Moore College, Sydney.
  • 2006-2007 Seminars and Marking, Bachelor of Divinity, New Testament 2 & 3, Moore College, Sydney.

Other Christian teaching

  • 2006-present Regular congregational and evangelistic preaching. For more details and audio, see page: Bible Talks.
  • 2010 Introduction to Isaiah (7 lectures), Word Works Conference, Malaysia Gospel Growth Fellowship, Kuala Lumpur.
  • 2008 Introduction to John’s Gospel (7 lectures), Word Works Conference, Malaysia Gospel Growth Fellowship, Kuala Lumpur.
  • 2008 Being Ministers of God: Reflections on the Servant concept in Isaiah, Moore College Second Year Houseparty.

Publications

Academic

Ministry-related

Regular contributions to The Briefing magazine.

Christian ministry

I became a Christian at the age of 12, and since that time have been an active member of Anglican churches in the Diocese of Sydney. I am reformed and evangelical in my theological commitments and assent to the doctrine of the Anglican Church of Australia. I was ordained Deacon on 4 February, 2006 and Presbyter on 20 March, 2014.

Formal ministry experience

Links

Recent blog posts

  • The planSo here’s the plan (Ephesians 1:8–10)
    The God of the universe has a plan to sum up all things in Christ. He’s revealed that plan to us, and is putting it into effect through the gospel.
  • Are you trying to redeem yourself? (Ephesians 1:6b–7)
    When it comes to God, we can’t redeem ourselves. Redemption is something that God has to do—and has done—for us. This is why it’s such a wonderful thing.
  • What if it’s not about me? (Ephesians 1:4–6a)
    The Bible gives us a vision for living life that’s the exact opposite of the narcissistic attitude. This is highly confronting, and profoundly comforting.
  • Figtree Anglican Church Life Group Leaders Breakfast February 2019Overview of Romans 1–5: PowerPoint
    An overview of the logic of Romans 1–5 (PowerPoint file)
  • Sun over city#inChrist (Ephesians 1:3)
    Ephesians starts with an explosion of praise for the ‘blessings’ God has given to us. But they’re different from the kind of blessings we often talk about.
  • This GodThis God (Ephesians 1:2)
    Many people believe in ‘God’. But the word ‘God’ means different things to different people. What does the Bible say about God: who he is and what he’s like?
  • Amazing HolinessAmazing holiness (Ephesians 1:1b)
    God sees believers in Jesus as holy. This fact is amazing, especially when you grasp the history of the gospel going out from Israel to the nations.
  • Paul: in his own wordsPaul: in his own words (Ephesians 1:1a)
    Who do you think the Apostle Paul is? It's worth listening carefully to the words Paul himself chooses to define his own identity at the start his letter.
  • Lift Your EyesLift Your Eyes: Introducing Ephesians
    When believers in Jesus were in danger of losing heart, Paul wrote Ephesians. This letter lifts our eyes to see God’s amazing plan through Jesus Christ.
  • From temple to meat market in ancient Pompeii
    A very quick journey from the temple of Jupiter in Pompeii to the meat market. This helps us to understand 1 Corinthians 8-10 and probably also Romans 14.

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