Academic Dean Launceston Campus, Lecturer
Although German by nationality, he has spent a significant number of years in America, Israel, China, and England, both studying and ministering. Despite climbing the PhD ladder, Christoph attributes his greatest spiritual growth to his year in a small, residential Bible college. His desire is to see this kind of growth happen in the lives of students at the MST Launceston Campus. Christoph is always up for a good theological discussion and even more so if it is over a cup of coffee.
“God’s Self-Distancing: What a Global Pandemic might teach us about God,” Theology 123.5 (2020): 353–360.
“‘Have You No Shame?’ An Overlooked Theological Category as Interpretive Key in Genesis 3,” (w. Simon Cozens) Journal of Theological Interpretation 13.2 (2019): 186–199.
“Putting the Shameful Body to Death: some critiques and a way forward in the soteriology of shame,” (w. Simon Cozens) Transformation 36.4 (2019): 233–245.
“Facing Polemics Head On: Learning Christology ‘From the Side’,” Paradosis 3 (2016): 52–63.
“The Functional Absence of God in Theological Education,” The Theological Educator 7 (2014).
Matthaeus Adversus Christianos: The Use of the Gospel of Matthew in Jewish Polemics Against the Divinity of Jesus. WUNT 2/350 (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2013).
UNITS TAUGHT BY Christoph
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