The Rev Dr Lionel Windsor
The Rev Dr Lionel Windsor joined the Faculty in January 2015. He completed a PhD in New Testament studies at Durham University in the UK in 2013. His thesis examined how Paul’s Jewish identity informed his apostolic ministry and has been published in the prestigious BZNW series by De Gruyter. He has authored a number of scholarly and popular articles and is a prolific blogger.
Reading Ephesians and Colossians after Supersessionism: Christ’s Mission through Israel to the Nations. Eugene: Cascade Books, 2017.
Gospel Speech Online: Speaking the Truth in Love in a Digital World. Sydney: Matthias Media, 2017.
Gospel Speech: a Fresh Look at the Relationship between Every Christian and Evangelism. Brief Books Series. Sydney: Matthias Media, 2015.
Paul and the Vocation of Israel: How Paul’s Jewish Identity Informs his Apostolic Ministry, with Special Reference to Romans. Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die neutestamentliche Wissenschaft, 205. Berlin, Germany: Walter de Gruyter, 2014.
Articles & Essays
‘Are we there yet? ‘Exile’ in the Bible.’ Vine Journal 5 (2017): 7-20.
‘Learning to Speak Christian in an Online World.’ Vine Journal 4 (2016):17-27.
‘Whose Incarnation is it Anyway?’ Modern Reformation 25/6 (2016).
‘The Work of Ministry in Ephesians 4:12’. Pages 1–25 1 in Tend My Sheep: The Word of God and Pastoral Ministry. Edited by Keith G. Condie. London: Latimer Trust, 2016.
‘The ‘Seed,’ the ‘Many’ and the ‘One’ in Galatians 3:16: Paul’s Reading of Genesis 17 and its Significance for Gentiles’. Chapter 7 in All That the Prophets Have Declared: The Appropriation of Scripture in the Emergence of Christianity. Edited by Mathew R Malcolm. Milton Keynes: Paternoster, 2015.
‘Preachers and Leaders’. Chapter 8 in Women, Sermons and the Bible. Edited by Peter G Bolt and Tony Payne. Sydney: Matthias Media, 2014.
‘Paul’s Covenant of Ministry.’ Chapter 12 in Donald Robinson Selected Works. Vol 3: Appreciation. Edited by Peter G Bolt and Mark D Thompson. Sydney: ACR/Moore Theological College, 2008.
Justification and Union with Christ in the New Testament