The Rev Dr Andrew Leslie
Rev Dr Andrew Leslie joined the faculty in July 2013, having recently graduated with a PhD from the University of Edinburgh. He is also a graduate of Moore College and served in the parishes of North Sydney and Strathfield before embarking on postgraduate study. His area of research interest is historical and systematic theology with an explicit anchor in the Reformation. Andrew is married to Felicity and they have two young children, William and Tessa.
The Light of Grace: John Owen on the Authority of Scripture and Christian Faith. Göttingen, Germany: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht Academic, 2015.
Articles & Essays
“Was Broughton Knox an Amyraldian?” in The Legacy of David Broughton Knox (ed. Loane). Latimer, 2018.
“The Reformation a century later: did the Reformation get lost two generations later?” in Celebrating the Reformation: Its Legacy and Continuing Relevance (eds. Thompson, Bale, Loane). IVP, 2017.
“John Owen and the Immediacy of Christ’s Authority over Christian Worship”, Westminster Theological Journal 80 (2018), 25-50.
‘“The Glory of God in the Face of Jesus Christ”: Divine authority, scripture, and the life of faith in the thought of John Owen (1616-83)’, PhD, University of Edinburgh, July 2013.
Chapter on ‘Towards a theology of Sin.’ (Under Contract: Crossway)
Chapter on ‘Towards a theology of divine predestination.’ (Under Contract: Crossway)
Chapter on ‘Was Knox an Amyraldian?’ (Under Contract: Latimer)
New edition of works of John Owen volume (Under Contact: Crossway)