Professor Neil Ormerod - School of Theology (Faculty of Theology and Philosophy)

Fully accredited supervisor - Can supervise as principal supervisor

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Historical ecclesiology, the Trinity, Christian anthropology, the work of Bernard Lonergan.

Contact

Phone :(02) 9701 4062 (Strathfield)
Email :Neil.Ormerod@acu.edu.au
URIs : Staff Directory Profile

Research Interests

History ; Historical Ecclesiology ; Ecclesiology ; Trinity ; Bernard Lonergan ; Christian ; Christianity ; Anthropology ; Christian Anthropology ; Systematic Theology ;

Methods Expertise

No research method is currently recorded.

Research Projects

No research project is currently recorded.

Selected Publications

2016

"A trajectory from Augustine to Aquinas and Lonergan: Contingent predication and the Trinity???, in Irish Theological Quarterly

??????For in him the whole fullness of deity dwells bodily?????? the Trinitarian depths of the Incarnation???, in Theological Studies

2015

"A (Non-Communio) Trinitarian Ecclesiology: Grounded in Grace, Lived in Faith, Hope, and Charity.", in Theological Studies

A Public God: Natural Theology Reconsidered

Foundational Theology: A New Approach to Catholic Fundamental Theology

2014

???The Grace-Nature Distinction and the Construction of a Systematic Theology,???, in Theological Studies

Re-Visioning the Church: An Experiment in Systematic-Historical Ecclesiology

2013

Creator God, Evolving World

2010

Vatican II - Continuity or Discontinuity? Towards an Ontology of Meaning, in Theological Studies: a jesuit-sponsored journal of theology (print version)

2009

Globalization and the mission of the Church

2008

Ecclesiology and the social sciences, in The Routledge Companion to the Christian Church

2007

Creation, Grace, and Redemption

2005

A Dialectic Engagement with the Social Sciences in an Ecclesiological Context, in Theological Studies

The Trinity - Retrieving the Western Tradition

2003

Augustine's De Trinitate and Lonergan's realms of meaning, in Theological Studies

2002

The structure of a systematic ecclesiology, in Theological Studies

Other information

I am interested in supervising a wide range of topics in the area of theology. I have a special interest in using insights from the work of Beranrd Lonergan in different setting. Some of my students have worked or are working in areas such as: Pentecostal ecclesiology; foundations of practical theology; soteriology; historical theology; identity, conversion and post-modernity; religion and violence; spirit baptism in Pentecostal theology. I may also be able to assist you in identifying the right person for the project you want to undertake.