BA BA(Hons) PhD
Associate Dean for Research, LTJ Editor, University of Divinity Dean of Research Strategy
Wendy is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities and known internationally for her research on early Christian preaching and the life and works of the eastern church father and preacher John Chrysostom. Her research currently embraces two additional strands: the reception of Greek medicine in Christian thought in Late Antiquity; and the root causes of religious conflict and radicalisation in both past and present.
Research areas: Early Christianity, Late Antiquity, Homiletics, Liturgy, Sociology/Psychology of Religion, Church History
Quality Assurance Administrator
Jan’s key task is to ensure clarity, coherency, consistency and correctness of ALC’s information and documents, particularly in our managed document approval system. She also assists with academic administration in the Office of the Dean.
BA DipT(Sec) MEdSt
Mr Mal Wegener taught at ALC from 2002 to 2007 in the areas of Education, retiring from full-time teaching in April 2008. The December 2007 edition of the Lutheran Theological Journal (LTJ 41/3) contained an editorial tribute to him and other retirees.
BA(Hons) DipEd GradDipLangLit
Bronwyn’s role is to be a support person for ALC on campus students and families. One student has described this role as ‘a ministry of availability’. Bronwyn is available to listen to people, including staff, who would like a chat or sounding board or to talk confidentially about concerns, everyday challenges, problems or a difficult decision they are facing.
BTh GradDipMin GradDipHR CertIVTAE
James has served as an LCA pastor since 1991. He has also served as the chair of the National Safe Place Committee, the chair of Finke River Mission and as an assistant bishop in the SA/NT district of the LCA.