TPTC, BA, BTheol, DTheol
Keith has taught New Testament and Greek at Whitley College for over 25 years. During that time, he has served on various Coursework and Research Committees of the University of Divinity, and Chaired the Academic Board (2005–9).
Publications include a monograph on Mark 13 (Peter Lang, 1998), edited volumes on Resurrection (Pickwick, 2009), Ecology, War and the Bible (ATF Press, 2016; Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2017), Linguistics and Ancient Languages (Gorgias, 2017), and various articles, mainly on Mark, Paul and the Book of Revelation. Keith was NT Editor of the Australian Biblical Review (2015) and President of the Fellowship for Biblical Studies (2019). He was a Member of the 2013 (Macedonia), 2014 (Western Turkey) and 2018 (Rome and Naples area) Field Trips of the Colloquium on Material Culture and Religion (COMCAR 2013/14/18).
Research interests have been focussed on the Gospel of Mark, Paul’s eschatology, the Book of Revelation, ecological hermeneutics, political hermeneutics, and archaeology and the relationship between visual and literary remains.
Keith has taught Interpreting the New Testament, NT Greek, the Synoptic Gospels, Corinthians, Galatians, Revelation, and jointly with Professor Mark Brett, units on the Bible and Ethics, Theology of Love, and Salvation in the Bible. He has supervised or co-supervised thirteen doctoral students to successful completion.
He is a member of Box Hill Baptist Church, and regularly preaches and leads Bible Studies for Churches in various denominations and organisations.