Rev Dr Jason Goroncy
B.Ed, BTheol, ADipMin, PhD
Senior Lecturer in Systematic Theology
Jason was ordained by the Baptist Union of Victoria in 1999, and has served as a pastor of Baptist and Uniting churches in Stawell, Bentleigh, Moe, and Traralgon, as a teacher at the Koh Lo Traw Theological College on the Thai-Burma border, and as a lecturer and dean of the Knox Centre for Ministry and Leadership in New Zealand. He chairs the Church and Society Working Group for the Theology Network of the World Communion of Reformed Churches. His current research interests lie chiefly in the areas of Christian doctrine, theological aesthetics, and P. T. Forsyth.
In addition to various journal articles, book chapters, and reviews, Jason is also the author of Hallowed be Thy Name: The Sanctification of All in the Soteriology of P. T. Forsyth (T&T Clark, 2013), and has edited Descending on Humanity and Intervening in History: Notes from the Pulpit Ministry of P. T. Forsyth (Pickwick Publications, 2013), and Tikkun Olam – To Mend the World: A Confluence of Theology and the Arts (Pickwick Publications, 2014), a book which explores how artists and theologians (and other endangered species) might participate in God’s work of healing. His general interests include cooking, reading, the arts, gardening, whiskey, bushwalking, folk music, ornithology, Burma, and fishing. Jason and his partner Judy are kept busy with their three young children.
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