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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

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Recent blog posts

  • Photo by Ruben Bagues on UnsplashLiving light (Ephesians 5:11–14)
    How should Christians relate to the world around us? Should we withdraw, or should we engage? How do we know which action to do when?
  • Photo by Ben Mullins on UnsplashThe test that matters (Ephesians 5:10)
    We live in a world full of tests and measurements. Believers in Christ should also test our lives. But when we do, we need to use the right standard.
  • Photo by Eric Patnoudes on UnsplashChildren of light (Ephesians 5:8–9)
    Believers in Christ have had their very identity changed: once darkness like the world, but now light. The challenge is to believe it, and to live it.
  • Dark tunnel coming out of the Amphitheatre, PompeiiWhat do you want to become? (Ephesians 5:5–7)
    Our dreams drive our daily actions. In 5, 10, 20 years, what will you have become? Living in grace as an imitator of God, or a partner with the world?
  • Photo by Jordan Beltran on UnsplashHoly talk (Ephesians 5:3–4)
    Often we try to fit in with others by the way we speak. But God calls believers to be holy, not filthy, in our speech, even if it sounds strange to others.
  • Holding child's handImitators of God (Ephesians 5:1–2)
    Christians are God’s dearly loved children, raised from death to life and secure with him, now and forever. This is what gives us the power to sacrifice.
  • Preaching sermons and shepherding the flock: What’s the connection?
    Lionel Windsor | 2 Feb 2015 | Priscilla and Aquila Conference | Moore College, Sydney I’m here republishing my 2015 paper, which originally appeared as a PDF and video. See here for more on the
  • Photo: NASA/ISS CrewThe Amazon Fires: A Gospel Response
    Unprecedented numbers of fires are now burning in the Amazon rainforest. How can the gospel of Jesus Christ be brought to bear on the situation?
  • Photo by Xan Griffin on UnsplashThe Victory of the Cross
    According to the Bible, Jesus’ death on the cross is God’s victory and triumph—a victory and triumph Christ shares with all who trust in him... (Audio)
  • Photo by Lina Trochez on UnsplashThe power of forgiveness (Ephesians 4:31–32)
    Believers are to forgive, as God has forgiven us. Forgiveness is not only possible for believers, it’s also powerful for our lives and relationships.

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