Rev Simon Gillham
Simon is a graduate of the College who served with CMS as Acting Principal of Namibia Evangelical Theological Seminary (NETS) before his appointment to Moore.
Prior to that he served in the Diocese of Newcastle and then planted Maitland Evangelical Church. He brings to the faculty experience in pastoral ministry, church planting and theological education in a cross-cultural context. Simon is currently working on a PhD on theological education and has been involved in a number of consultations in Angola, Zimbabwe, South Africa and Kenya. He is passionate about cross cultural gospel ministry; including international mission work, ministries among Australian Aborigines, reaching people from ethnic minorities in Australia, ministries in remote and rural areas of Australia and ministries for working class men. He is married to Margie and they have two children at university, Maddie and Noah.
Articles & Essays
‘Growing an Acacia Tree: Toward an African Model of Theological Education’. St Mark’s Review 240 (July 2017): 108-127.
‘In God’s image: A Biblical-Theological Survey of the Dignity of Women and Men’. Pages 33-52 in Living with Dignity. Edited by Elna Mouton, Gertrude Kapuma, Len Hansen & Thomas Togom. Stellenbosch: SUN Press, 2015.
‘Combating Misogyny and Gender Based Violence through the Bible’s Teaching on Gender Complementarity’. Pages 93-104 in Men in the Pulpit, Women in the Pew. Stellenbosch: SUN Press, 2012.
‘Theological Education: the Quest for Appropriate Models of Theological Education for Africa’. Pages 25–56 in Mission Namibia: Challenges and Opportunities for the Church in the 21st Century. 1. Aufl. Edited by Thorsten Prill. Munchen: GRIN Verlag, 2012.
Deriving pedagogical models for theological education from a biblical theology of the acquisition, transmission and effects of the knowledge of God (PhD thesis).