Lyn is a member of the Faculty of Theology and specialises in the following areas: New Testament .
On staff with Campus crusade for Christ (Student Life) from 1994 until 2001. Children and family pastor at Wentworthville Baptist church 2009-2010. Mastor of Divinity from Sydney Missionary and Bible College and Master of Arts in Early Christianity at Macquarie University. PhD from Macquarie University (2018).
- BIB201 - Biblical Hermeneutics
- BIB254 - The World of the New Testament
- BIB356 - Studying the Synoptic Gospels
- BIB359 - New Testament Field Study
- BIB550 - Reading the Synoptic Gospels
- BIB554 - The World of the New Testament
- BIB557 - Mark’s Gospel
- BIB590 - New Testament Field Study
- RES601 - Research Methods
- RES801 - Survey of Research Methods
Pastoral Epistles, Rhetoric in the NT, Letterwriting, numistmatics; gender, households and wealth in early Christianity.
Ph.D (Macquarie University)
Dissertation Title The Rhetorical Strategies of the First Chapter of 1 Timothy: The Relationship of the First Chapter to the Purpose of the Letter
Lyn M. Kidson (2018). “The Woman at the Well, Jesus, and Prejudice in Samaria (John 4: 3—43),” In J. Harrison and P. Bolt, The Impact of Jesus of Nazareth: Historical, Theological, and Pastoral Perspectives. (pp. ). .
Lyn M. Kidson (2017). “Anonymous Coins, the Great Persecution and the Shadow of Sossianus Hierocles.". Journal of Ancient Civilizations, 32.
Lyn M. Kidson (2016). “‘Teaching’ and Other Persuasions: The Interpretation of Didaskein ‘to Teach’ in 1 Timothy 2:2.” In E. Murphy and D. Starling., The Gender Conversation: Evangelical Perspective on Gender, Scripture and the Christian Life. (pp. ). .
Lyn Kidson (2014). “1 Timothy: An Administrative Letter.”. Early Christianity, 5.1.
Lyn Kidson (2013). "Minting in Ephesus: Economics and Self-promotion in the Early Imperial Period.”. Journal of the Numismatic Association of Australia, . | External link
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