Professor of Theology, Australian Catholic University

I began my academic career as a mathematician, obtaining a PhD in pure mathematics from UNSW in 1979. After working as a mathematician I began undertaking studies in theology, completing a Bachelor of Divinity, and Master of Theology from MCD before completing my DTheol

Experience

  • –present
    Professor of Theology, Australian Catholic University

Education

  • 1997 
    Melbourne College of Divinity, DTheol
  • 1989 
    MCD, TheolM
  • 1986 
    MCD, BD
  • 1979 
    UNSW, PhD in pure mathematics
  • 1976 
    UNSW, BA(Hons) in pure mathematics

Publications

  • 2011
    "Transposing theology into the categories of meaning", Gregorianum 92 (2011) 517-532
  • 2011
    "The knowledge and authority of Jesus – a response to Bishop Robinson", Australasian Catholic Record 88 (2011) 88-97
  • 2010
    "Vatican II—Continuity or Discontinuity? Toward an Ontology of Meaning", Theological Studies 71 (2010), 609-36
  • 2009
    Globalization and the Mission of the Church, T&T Clark (with Shane Clifton)
  • 2007
    Creation, grace and redemption, Orbis Books
  • 2005
    Trinity: Retrieving the Western Tradition, Marquette University Press
  • 2002
    Introducing Contemporary Theologies: The What and the Who of Theology Today, Orbis Books
  • Sydney, Australia
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  • neil.ormerod@acu.edu.au
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