BMin, BTh, LLB, MA, ThD
Brad is an Assistant Bishop in the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne and the Director of Theological Education for the Diocese. Ordained in 2001, he has been a parish priest, area dean, and archdeacon, and has served on a number of boards and governing bodies in both the church and community.
Brad completed his undergraduate degree at Ridley College. He was awarded the Master of Arts (Classics & Archaeology) by the University of Melbourne for a thesis on housing and demographics in ancient Ephesus, and the Doctorate in Theology (ACT) for a thesis on words of institution in St Luke’s Gospel. He also holds a Bachelor of Law from the University of New England.
Brad has written and published on a range of topics including New Testament studies, early Christianity, Church history, pastoral theology, the First World War, the governance of parishes, and Holy Land pilgrimages. He has published in the Journal of Biblical Literature, the Journal of Theological Studies, the Expository Times, Colloquium, War & Society. His doctoral thesis was published by T&T Clark and he recently edited a new edition of the Pastoral Handbook for Anglicans (Broughton Publishing).
In addition to his role as Assistant Bishop in the Diocese of Melbourne, Brad is the Chair of the Melbourne Anglican Foundation, a Trustee of the Melbourne Anglican Trust Corporation, and on the executive committee for St George’s College Jerusalem in the Holy Land. He is a frequent visitor to the Holy Land.