Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Dr Benjamin Myers

Dr Benjamin Myers

BA (Hons), PhD (JCU)

Higher Degree Supervisor with Charles Sturt University

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Recent publications

Books
  • Christ the Stranger: The Theology of Rowan Williams. London: T&T Clark, 2012.
  • On the Joy of Everyday Life: Fragments of Faith and Theology. Eugene, OR: Cascade, forthcoming 2013.
  • Confessing Christ in Australia: The Theological Vision of the Basis of Union. Eugene, OR: Cascade, forthcoming 2013.
  • Milton’s Theology of Freedom. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2006.
Articles and chapters
  • “A Tale of Two Gardens: Augustine’s Narrative Interpretation of Romans 5,” forthcoming in a book edited by Beverly Gaventa (Baylor University Press, 2013).
  • “Karl Barth in Australia,” forthcoming in Zeitschrift für dialektische Theologie (2012).
  • “Pauline Apocalyptic and Political Nihilism: Jacob Taubes and Karl Barth,” in Karl Barth in Conversation, ed. David Congdon (Eugene, OR: Cascade, 2012).
  • “The Aesthetics of Christian Mission: New Creation and Mission in the Basis of Union,” Uniting Church Studies 17:2 (2011), 45-54.
  • “‘Through him all things were made’: Creation, Redemption, Election,” in Ernst Conradie (ed.), Creation and Salvation: Dialogue on Abraham Kuyper’s Legacy for Contemporary Ecotheology (Leiden: Brill, 2011), 223-34.
  • “Showing God” [sermon], in I Believe in God, ed. William Emilsen (North Parramatta: UTC Publications, 2011), 51-56.
  • “Rights, Resistance and the Common Good: Calvin's Political Theology,” Uniting Church Studies 17:1 (2011), 33-44.
  • “Theology 2.0: Blogging as Theological Discourse,” Cultural Encounters 6:1 (2010), 47-60.
  • “‘In his own strange way’: Indigenous Australians and the Church's Confession,” Uniting Church Studies 16:1 (2010), 39-48.
  • “Election, Trinity and the History of Jesus: Reading Barth with Rowan Williams,” in Trinitarian Theology after Barth, ed. Myk Habets (Eugene, OR: Pickwick, 2010).
  • “The Impossibility of the Secular: Double Prevenience in Karl Barth's Ethics of Reconciliation,” Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology 27:1 (2009), 88-99.
  • “Disruptive History: Rowan Williams on Heresy and Orthodoxy,” in On Rowan Williams: Critical Essays, ed. Matheson Russell (Eugene, OR: Cascade, 2009), 47-67.
  • “From Faithfulness to Faith in the Theology of Karl Barth,” in The Faith of Jesus Christ: Exegetical, Biblical, and Theological Studies, ed. Michael F. Bird and Preston M. Sprinkle (Carlisle: Paternoster, 2009), 291-308.

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