The Rev Dr David Höhne
David teaches theology and philosophy with a bit of church history on the side.
He is currently researching for a book on the coming Kingdom of God as the fulfilment of God’s promises to save through the Lord Jesus.
With Amelia and children Anna, Joshua and Samuel, David rejoices in the opportunities to serve our heavenly Father in the College community.
Famine and Fortune. Co-author with Barry Webb. (Kingsford, NSW: St Matthias Press, 1996)
The Spirit and Sonship: Colin Gunton’s Theology of Particularity and the Holy Spirit, (Farnham, UK: Ashgate, 2010).
‘Ancient Words on Embracing the Excluded’, in The Faith Once For All Delivered. An Australian Evangelical Response to the Windsor Report.Edited by P.G. Bolt, M.D. Thompson and R. Tong. (Camperdown. NSW: Australian Church Record 2005)
‘The Secret Agent of natural causes: Providence, contingency and the perfecting work of the Spirit,’ in M.D. Thompson ed., Engaging with Calvin,(Nottingham, IVP:2009)
‘Moltmann on Salvation’ in Juergen Moltmann and Evangelical Theology, Sung Wook Chung ed., (Eugene, Or: Pickwick, 2012)
“The Spirit and Emotions” in True Feelings, M.P. Jensen ed, (Nottingham: Apollos, 2012)
Non- peer Reviewed Journal Articles
“Becoming an Apologetic Person” CASE no.20 (2009) pp.4-9
“The Distancing of Debt” CASE No.26 (2011) pp.24-28
“Reading the Whole Bible” CASE No.42 (2015) pp.22-26
“A Biblical Theology of Work” BD Hons Thesis, MTC (1995)
‘What Can We Say About Perichoresis?’ MTh thesis. Moore Theological College (2003)
‘The Spirit and Sonship: Colin Gunton’s Theology of Particularity.’ PhD thesis. University of Cambridge (2007)
The Last Things, Contours of Christian Theology, Gerald Bray ed. (Liecester, UK: IVP) (under contract)
The Person and work of Christ.
The Person and work of the Holy Spirit.
The importance of mediation in the Bible as description of how God relates to us through Jesus and in His Spirit.
The historical importance of Romanticism in our contemporary culture especially the way that Desire dominates much of our identity and relationships with others.
Cultural Interpretation and Christian Apologetics.