“I love to see the gospel go forward to all sorts of different cultures”
Archie is married to Ainsley and they have three children, Georgie, Zoe and Archie. His passion is to see Sydney come under the sound of the gospel. His research is into the nature of the micro cultures that make up Sydney and how we can better penetrate these micro cultures with the claims of Jesus.
From the Garden to the City (First ed, with Tim Foster) (1991)
Review of ‘The People of God’ in The Briefing
‘The Philosophy of David Hume’ in kategoria and Myths of Science, (2003)
Review of ‘Many Members yet One Body’ in Expository Times, forthcoming
Review of ‘Church Next’ in The Briefing. May, (2005)
Review of ‘Evangelical Ecclesiology’ in Reformed Theological Review, Jun (2005)
Sydney Anglican Website
‘No Place for Pornography’, Southern Cross
Monthly contributor to Sydney Anglicans, Mission Thinking Column
Development of clergy competence
An investigation into urban mission in Sydney, in the light of Knox-Robinson Ecclesiology.
Quantitative analysis of ‘catchment’ zones for regional churches.
The Defining Characteristics of Sydney Evangelicalism and other Sydney micro-cultures.
The sociology of micro-cultures and plural monoculturalism as it operates in Sydney Church Planting in Sydney.
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1983 Bachelor of Engineering (Chem) (Honours 1) (UNSW)
1990 Bachelor of Theology (Honours 2A) (ACT)
1991 Dip. A (Honours 2A) (MTC)
1998 M.A. (Theol.) (ACT)
1978-79 Junior Chemist, CSR Central Laboratory, Sydney
1983-84 Chemical Engineer, CSR Pyrmont Distillery
1984 Senior Projects Development Engineer, CSR
1985-86 Ministry Trainee, UNSW & St Matthias’, Centennial Park
1987-90 Student, Moore College
1991-00 Pastor, Greek Bible Fellowship, Sydney
2001-03 Training Co-ordinator, Ministry Training Strategy