Trevor lectures in biblical studies at Catholic Theological College, University of Divinity. After completing an Advanced Diploma in Theology in Melbourne, he obtained a Bachelors of Sacred Theology (STB) at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome and then completed the Licentiate in Sacred Scripture (LSS) at the Pontifical Biblical Institute also in Rome. His Licentiate thesis was an in-depth exegesis of Baruch 3:9-4:4, examining its use of Scripture and rhetorical persuasiveness. His research interests are broad, and include history, ancient languages, biblical theology and hermeneutics, Septuagint studies, inner-biblical exegesis, reception history and methodologies. Trevor lectures in various areas of biblical studies at Catholic Theological College, such as Biblical Hermeneutics and Methodologies, the Prophetic Literature, Introducing the Bible, Background to the New Testament and Biblical Greek. He receives very positive feedback for his teaching. He is a member of the International Society for the Study of Deuterocanonical and Cognate Literature (ISDCL), the Society of Biblical Literature, and the Fellowship of Biblical Studies (FBS).
His recent publications include: “”O Happy Fall”? What happened to Eliakim in Isaiah 22:15-25?” Australian Biblical Review 68 (2020) 16-27; “Bright Ecological Wisdom in Baruch 3:33-35,” Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha (forthcoming); “The Ambiguous Way to Wisdom in Baruch 3,9-4,4,” Biblische Notizen (forthcoming).
Trevor is also an assistant priest in the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne.
- Lecturer in Biblical Studies
Catholic Theological College
Teaching disciplinesBiblical Studies; Old Testament; New Testament; Biblical Languages
Recent PublicationsAll publications
|2021||Bright Ecological Wisdom in Baruch 3:33-35|
|2021||The Ambiguous Way to Wisdom in Baruch 3,9-4,4|
|2020||‘O Happy Fall’? What happened to Eliakim in Isaiah 22:15-25?|
- Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne (Assistant Priest)