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Rev Dr René Erwich


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Rev Dr Gary Heard


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Dr Keith Dyer

Dr Keith Dyer

Professor of New Testament


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Dr Mark Brett

Dr Mark Brett

Professor of Old Testament

Research Co-ordinator

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Rev Dr Marita Munro

Professor of Baptist Studies

Lecturer in Church History

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Rev Dr Jason Goroncy

Rev Dr Jason Goroncy

Senior Lecturer in Systematic Theology

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Rev Dr Anne Mallaby

Lecturer in Pastoral Studies

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Rev Dr Oh-Young Kwon

Lecturer in New Testament

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Dr Ian Dicks

Lecturer in InterCultural Studies

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Rowan Lewis 

NEXT Coordinator

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Mia Kafieris


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Joel McKerrow


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Rev Dr Richard Mallaby 

Transformation Program Coordinator

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Dorothy Morgan



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Lorraine Mitchell

Library Manager


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Beryl Turner

Library (Friday)

Research and Editorial Associate

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Distinguished Professors

Rev Dr Ken Manley, BA, DPhil
Former Principal of Whitley College (1987–2000) and lecturer in Church History at Burleigh, Morling and Whitley Colleges. Author of From Woolloomooloo to ‘Eternity’: A history of Australian Baptists.

Rev Dr Bruce Rumbold, MSc, PhD, BD(Hons), PhD
Former Professor of Pastoral Studies at Whitley College (1986-2001), now Senior Lecturer in the School of Public Health and Director for Palliative Care at Latrobe University. Author of Helplessness and hope: Pastoral care in terminal illness.


Research Scholars

Rev Dr Terry Falla, MA, PhD
Rev Beryl Turner, BTh, PhD
Working on a five volume Key to the Peshitta Gospels, and founders of the International Syriac Language Project.


Visiting Faculty

Rev Dr Keith Clements, MA(Cantab), MA(Oxon), BD, PhD
Taught at Bristol Baptist College and Bristol University before serving with the Council of Churches for Britain and Ireland and as General Secretary of the Council of European Churches. Author of What freedom? The persistent challenge of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Learning to speak: The church’s voice in public affairs and others.