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Curriculum Vitae

Professional Experience

Adjunct in Theology, The University of Auckland (New Zealand). Primary responsibility is supervising PhD, Masters, and Honors theses. 2008 – present.

Adjunct in Philosophy, College of the Desert, Palm Desert, California. Primary responsibility is teaching one course per semester, entitled “Perspectives on Death and Dying.” 2009 – present.

Licensed Episcopal priest, The Episcopal Diocese of San Diego. 2009 – present.

Owner-Operator, PS Wordsmith: Freelance Manuscript Development, Copyediting, and Repair.

Lecturer in Pastoral Theology and Director of Pastoral Studies Department, lecturer in Pastoral Theology, guest lecturer in New Testament, College of St. John the Evangelist, Auckland, New Zealand. Member seminary of Auckland Consortium for Theological Education, serving New Zealand and the South Pacific, and affiliated with the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Additional responsibilities as chair of the consortium’s Department of Moral and Practical Theology, and chair of the consortium’s Academic Board and Post-Graduate Studies Committee. 1992 – 2007.

Lecturer, Social and Cultural Issues in Psychotherapy, Masters in Psychotherapyresponsibilities as chair of the consortium’s Department of Moral and Practical Theology, and chair of the consortium’s Academic Board and Post-Graduate Studies Committee. 1992 – 2007.

Lecturer, Social and Cultural Issues in Psychotherapy, Masters in Psychotherapy, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland. Teaching a full-year weekly course to approximately 45 students who are in their initial stage of training to be mental health workers or psychotherapists. 1999 – 2007.

Private practice in psychotherapy. Applicant member, New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists. 1997 – 2007.

Psychology E-structor, “Smarthinking.com.” On-line real-time tutor in Psychology, for a Washington D. C. based website designed to provide tutorial support for American college students. Fifteen hours per week. 2000.

Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology, The University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee. Full-time teaching responsibilities in an Episcopal seminary of 80 M. Div. students, in the field of Theory and Practice of Ministry. 1985 – 1992.

Interim Vicar, Christ Episcopal Church, Tracy City, Tenn. Small mission in rural struggling coal-mining town. 1985-1987.

Rector, Christ Episcopal Church, Oberlin, Ohio. 1976-1985.

Graduate Studies, IIE (Fulbright) Fellow at Hebrew University, Jerusalem. Also associate priest, St. George’s Anglican Cathedral; associate editor, Immanuel: A Scholarly Journal on Interfaith Relations. 1974-76.

Associate Rector, Holy Trinity Church, New York City. 1970-1974.

Education

1992 John M. Allin Fellow, World Council of Churches Ecumenical Institute, Bossey, Switzerland

Ph. D. 1977 New York University, Religious Education and Jewish Studies.

1974-76 IIE (Fulbright) Fellow, Hebrew University, Jerusalem.

M. Div. 1970 General Theological Seminary, NYC.

B. Mus. 1966 Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri.