The Rev Dr Ed Loane

Ed Loane joined the faculty in second semester 2014. He is a graduate of Sydney University and Moore College (where he graduated with First Class Honours), and has completed his PhD (at the University of Cambridge) on the doctrine of the church in the writing of William Temple, a twentieth century Archbishop of Cantebury. He has served in Anglican churches in the dioceses of Sydney and Ely and has lectured in the Wales Evangelical School of Theology. Ed brings to the faculty a passion for church history and theology and a commitment to evangelical pastoral ministry. He is married to Jocelyn and they have five children, Jemima, Sophie, Benjamin, Samuel and Abigail.


Publications

Monographs

Edited with Mark D Thompson and Colin Bale. Celebrating the Reformation: its Legacy and Continuing Relevance. London: Apollos, 2017.

Edited, From Cambridge to Colony: Charles Simeon’s Enduring Influence on Australia. London: Latimer Trust, 2016.

William Temple and Church Unity: the Politics and Practice of Ecumenical Theology. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.

 

Articles & Essays

‘The Only Satisfaction’. Pages 214–219 in Foundations of Faith: Reflections on the Thirty-Nine Articles. Edited by Lee Gatiss. London: Church Society/Lost Coin Books, 2018.

‘Archbishop William Temple and Church Unity’. Anglican Historical Society Diocese of Sydney Journal (2017).

‘Article 31’ in The Thirty-Nine Articles. Edited by Lee Gatiss. London: Latimer Trust 2017.

‘The Reformation: a Victorian View’. Pages 329–352 in Celebrating the Reformation: its Legacy and Continuing Relevance. Edited by Mark D. Thompson, Colin Bale and Edward Loane. London: Apollos, 2017.

‘Sacramentology: Was Knox Really Anti-Sacraments?’ in The Legacy of David Broughton Knox.  Edited by Edward A. Loane. London: Latimer Trust, 2017.

‘Salvation through Christ Alone’. Pages 183–200 in Celebrating the Reformation: its Legacy and Continuing Relevance. Edited by Mark D. Thompson, Colin Bale and Edward Loane. London: Apollos, 2017.

‘Wesley, Whitefield and the Church of England’ in John Wesley and George Whitefield? Wesley versus Whitefield? Edited by Ian J. Maddock. Eugene, Oregon: Wipf and Stock, 2017.

What a rabble! What a failure! What an intolerable mess!’: The Prayer Book Crisis of 1927-28’.  Lucas 10/2 (December, 2017).

‘An Evangelically Flawed Theological Method: A Response to Robin Parry’s The Evangelical Universalist’. Churchman 130/4 (2016): 349-360.

‘From King’s College to Kingsford: Charles Simeon’s enduring influence on Australian university ministry’. Chapter 5 in From Cambridge to Colony: Charles Simeon’s Enduring Influence on Australia. Edited by Edward A. Loane. London: Latimer Trust, 2016.

‘Dean Wace and the House’.  Crossway 137 (Summer 2015): 10-11.

‘From King’s College to Kingsford: Charles Simeon’s Enduring Influence on Australian University Ministry’. Vine Journal 2 (December 2015): 39-47.

‘The Church’.  St. Mark’s Review 226/4 (November 2013): 48-58.


Research

Research Interests:

Modern Evangelical and Anglican History in Australia and UK

Ecclesiology

Christology


Current Research

Evangelicalism and Anglicanism in the last three centuries

Introductory Systematic Theology

Wesley and Whitefield (Under Contract: Wipf)

Archbishop Gough

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Previous Experience
  • 2011-14 PhD Studies, Cambridge University (King's College)
  • 2011-14 Non-Stipendiary Curate, All Saints Little Shelford
  • 2012-14 Visiting Lecturer, Wales Evangelical School of Theology (WEST)
  • 2008-11 Assistant Minister, Moorebank Anglican (Oversight of Hammondville Congregation)
  • 2004-07 Student, Moore College
  • 2003 Aid Work in Phnom Penh, Cambodia
  • 2000-03 Teritory Sales Manager, Aventis Pharma
  • 1997-99 Student, Sydney University
  • Academic Biography
  • 2015 PhD (Cambridge University)
  • 2013 Ordained Priest, Bishop of Ely
  • 2008 Ordained Deacon, Archbishop of Sydney
  • 2007 Bachelor of Divinity (Honours 1); Diploma of Ministry (MTC)
  • 1999 Bachelor of Science (University of Sydney)
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