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.
‘John Wesley and George Whitefield and the Church of England’, in Wesley and Whitefield? Wesley v Whitefield? ed. Ian Maddock (Eugene, OR: Pickwick, Forthcoming 2017)
‘An Evangelically Flawed Theological Method: A Response to Robin Parry’sThe Evangelical Universalist’, Churchman (Forthcoming 2016)
‘“What a rabble! What a failure! What an intolerable mess!”: The Prayer Book Crisis of 1927-28’, Lucas (Forthcoming 2016)
William Temple and Church Unity: The Politics and Practice of Ecumenical Theology (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, Forthcoming 2016).
From Cambridge to Colony: Charles Simeon’s Enduring Influence on Christianity in Australia (London: Latimer Trust, 2015). (Editor)
‘From King’s College to Kingsford: Charles Simeon’s Enduring Influence on Australian University Ministry’, Vine Journal 2 (Dec 2015): 39–47.
‘Dean Wace and the House’, Crossway 137 (Summer 2015): 27–28.
‘The Church’, St. Mark’s Review, (2013 Nov.) 226 (4) 48-58
Book Review: Brian Stanley, The Global Diffusion of Evangelicalism: The Age of Billy Graham and John Stott’ in Theology, July/August 2014; vol. 117, 4: 297–298
Regular Book Reviews in Churchman 2012-
Modern Evangelical and Anglican History in Australia and UK