Dr Chase Kuhn
Dr Chase Kuhn joined the faculty in 2016. Prior to coming to Moore he served on the staff of St Thomas’ Church North Sydney.
Chase grew up in Southern California. He studied theology at California Baptist University, then Beeson Divinity School in Alabama, and finally travelled to Australia to complete a PhD through the University of Western Sydney on the doctrine of the church in the writings of Donald Robinson and Broughton Knox. Chase lectures in theology and ethics. He enjoys helping students see theology leads to worship.
Chase is married to Amy and they have two children, Olive and Ezra.
The Ecclesiology of Donald Robinson and D. Broughton Knox: Exposition, Analysis and Theological Evaluation (Wipf & Stock, 2017)
“Figural Reading within Contemporary Theological Interpretation of Scripture: Problems and Parameters,” in Revelation and Reason in Christian Theology (Lexham Press, forthcoming).
“D. Broughton Knox on the Church: Was He Really a Congregationalist?” in The Legacy of David Broughton Knox (Latimer Press, forthcoming)
“The Priesthood of All Believers: No Mediator but Christ; a ‘New’ Shape to Ministry,” in Celebrating the Reformation: Its Legacy and Continuing Relevance (IVP UK, forthcoming)
“The Ecclesiological Influence of T.C. Hammond,” Churchman (2013 127/4).
“The Doctrine of the Church and Age-Specific Ministries,” YouthWorks House Conference, May 2017, Sydney
“The (Necessary) Place of Systematic Theology in the Church,” School of Theology, Sept 2016, Moore Theological College, Sydney
“Figural Reading within Contemporary Theological Interpretation of Scripture: Problems and Parameters,” Theology Connect, July 2016, Sydney
“Abstract vs. Concrete Realities – Distinguishing the Ekklesia from ‘the People of God’,” Evangelical Theological Society, Nov 2014, San Diego
The Ecclesiology of Donald Robinson and D. Broughton Knox: A Presentation, Analysis, and Theological Evaluation of the Their Thought On the Nature of the Church. PhD Thesis, University of Western Sydney, 2014.
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