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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

  • 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.
  • TogetherThe formation of gentile Christ-believing identity vis-à-vis Israel in Ephesians and Barnabas
    Article in the journal Biblica et Patristica Thoruniensia. Keywords: Ephesians; Barnabas; Israel; replacement theology; collective memory; ethnic identity
  • Where they burn books…
    A reflection on “Bibliothek", the memorial to the Nazi book-burning of 10 May 1933 in Berlin. Could we ever end up in a similar situation?
  • Reformation sights in Oxford UK
    Some sights in Oxford UK, that are especially significant for Reformation history and the deaths of the Oxford Martyrs Latimer, Ridley, and Cranmer.
  • Lift Your EyesLift Your Eyes: Introducing Ephesians
    The central message of Ephesians is that the God of the universe has an amazing plan, which is being put into effect through the preaching of the gospel.
  • Luke 5:1-32 SermonWho is Jesus for?
    Who are the right kind of people according to Jesus? Is Jesus just for one kind of person in our world: Christians versus everyone else? Is Jesus for you?
  • TogetherThe formation of gentile Christ-believing identity vis-à-vis Israel in Ephesians and Barnabas
    Article in the journal Biblica et Patristica Thoruniensia. Keywords: Ephesians; Barnabas; Israel; replacement theology; collective memory; ethnic identity
  • Is God Green? By Lionel WindsorIs God Green?
    A short book about what the Bible says about the environment: why the world is in a mess, where it's headed, and what to do about it in the here and now.
  • Donald RobinsonVale Donald Robinson
    From SydneyAnglicans: One of the towering figures of Anglicanism in the 20th century and former Archbishop of Sydney Bishop Donald Robinson, has died at the age of 95. … The first to pay
  • Interview with Sydney Anglicans about the War on Waste
    I was interviewed by SydneyAnglicans.net about the TV series War on Waste: "Our cause should be the gospel, and that gospel will reshape everything"

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