Pastor Fraser Pearce

Position:Sessional lecturer
(Sessional)
Area of service:Education Staff
Additional areas:Member of Lutheran-Roman Catholic Dialogue, Member of Commission on Theology and Inter-Church Relations, Member of LCA Department of Liturgics
Location:ALC North Adelaide
Phone:+61 8 7120 8200
Qualifications:

BA MA BTh GradDipMin

Who am I?

I was born in Adelaide in 1969, and baptised at St Stephen’s, Wakefield Street. When I was three I moved to Sydney with my family, and grew up in the suburbs, attending St Mark’s Lutheran Church, Epping, where I was confirmed. Since ordination in 1997 I have served as assistant pastor at St Paul’s, Box Hill, Victoria, as pastor at Bethlehem, Bendigo, Victoria, and as senior pastor at Bethlehem, Flinders Street, Adelaide.

I am married to Margaret and have four children. I enjoy spending time with friends, listening to music, reading, and watching cricket clips on YouTube.

Special interests

  • Philosophy
  • The Latin theological and liturgical heritage of the Lutheran church

I teach the following

Qualifications in detail

  • Bachelor of Arts (The University of Sydney, 1991)
  • Master of Arts (The University of Sydney, 1993)
  • Bachelor of Theology (Luther Seminary, Adelaide, 1996)
  • Graduate Diploma in Ministry (Luther Seminary, Adelaide, 1997)

Papers & publications

Books

2009

The Lutheran Study Bible, Concordia Publishing House, St Louis. Contributing writer of Study Notes.

Papers

2009

’Scripture, tradition and authoritative teaching: a Lutheran response to a Catholic invitation’, Lutheran Theological Journal 43/3, 178–86.

2006

‘Deus Caritas est: a review’, Lutheran Theological Journal 40/2: 98–100.

Books

2009

The Lutheran Study Bible, Concordia Publishing House, St Louis. Contributing writer of Study Notes.

Papers

2009

’Scripture, tradition and authoritative teaching: a Lutheran response to a Catholic invitation’, Lutheran Theological Journal 43/3, 178–86.

2006

‘Deus Caritas est: a review’, Lutheran Theological Journal 40/2: 98–100

Books

2009

The Lutheran Study Bible, Concordia Publishing House, St Louis. Contributing writer of Study Notes.

Papers

2009

’Scripture, tradition and authoritative teaching: a Lutheran response to a Catholic invitation’, Lutheran Theological Journal 43/3, 178–86.

2006

‘Deus Caritas est: a review’, Lutheran Theological Journal 40/2: 98–100.

Updated: 22/06/2017 1:04pm