The Fault Lines Founding Liberty (Novella, Literary Fiction, 2020)
Available from all good book retailers, as a Kindle eBook and as an Audiobook


The Fault Lines Founding Liberty is a novella exploring the tensions inherent in growing up and moving on from faith, family, and past versions of ourselves.

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Transforming Vocation (Theology, Wipf & Stock, 2021)
Chapter contribution:
Hegel and Vocation: Beyond a Sacred-Secular Divide


More Writing:

Opinion piece: “Heroes never escape unscathed: Bringing toxic behaviour to light”, Eternity News, June 9, 2020 (online)
 

Foreword to Elizabeth Haldane, The wisdom and religion of a German Philosopher: Selections from the writings of G.W.F. Hegel (Audiobook), 2019
 

Historical document curation: G.R. Stirling’s Purple Patches, selected and edited by Sarah Bacaller (Indonesia: Griya Media & STTJKI), ISBN 978-602-6257-77-2 (Also narrated as an audiobook) 
 

Historical document curation: Page 13: A selection from the writings of Gordon Stirling, edited and curated by Sarah Bacaller (Indonesia: Griya Media & STTJKI), ISBN: 978-602-6257-52-9
 

Co-editor, reo: a journal of theology and ministry, Stirling Theological College student publication (www.reojournal.com



Conference Papers: 
 

“Interpreting theological anthropologies by reference to attachment theory: heuristic possibilities”, ANZATS Conference, June 2021.  
 

“Narrating and Narrated: Recasting Australian Short Stories in Audiobook Form”, The Short Story and Its Readers: Words and the World Symposium, Deakin University, Dec. 2020. 
 

“Anne and Sybylla as Philosophical Theologians”, University of Divinity Annual Research Conference, June 2020.

 


Book reviews

Metanoia: a memoir of a body, born again by Anna McGahan. In: Practical Theology, Volume 16, Issue 6, Nov. 2020
 

Dangerous Memory in Nagasaki: Prayers, Protests and Catholic Survivor Narratives, by Gwyn McClelland. In: Mission Studies (Brill), Volume 38, Issue 1, May 2021. 
 

 

Writing

Cirtrus Leaves