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Alphacrucis College

Rev. Associate Professor Jacqueline Grey
PhD , BTh(hons), BTh, BA


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Rev. Associate Professor Jacqueline Grey
Associate Professor of Biblical Studies

Jacqueline is a member of the Faculty of Theology, and specialises in the following areas: Biblical Studies.

Biography

Graduating with a BA in 1994, Jacqui served as the AOG chaplain and campus director for Students For Christ at Sydney University until 1998. After studying at Southern Cross, she completed her honours and doctoral studies through CSU, graduating in 2006. Jacqui has served as the Student Dean (2002-2005), Dean of Christian Studies (2006-2008) and Academic Dean of the College (2009-2014). Currently, Jacqui is associate professor of Biblical Studies, specialising in Old Testament studies. Her publications include Them, Us and Me: How the Old Testament Speaks to People Today, Raising Women Leaders (edited volume with Shane Clifton), and Three's A Crowd: Pentecostalism, Hermeneutics and the Old Testament  as well as various articles and book chapters. Jacqui is an ordained minister of the Australian Christian Churches, and speaks regularly at local and international events. She has also appeared on various national TV and radio programs in Australia, including the ABC TV's Q&A program. Jacqui is committed to the mission of higher education in the church, and provides assistance to Pentecostal colleges in developing their institutional goals. She currently serves on the executive of the Society of Pentecostal Studies, and is part of the steering committee for Biblical Ethics in the Society of Biblical Literature. Her research interests include pentecostal hermeneutics, prophetic literature and feminist readings of Scripture. Jacqui is a member of Mountains Church (a church plant of Hawkesbury Church). She loves travelling, photography, art and coffee with friends.

Jacqui is a member of the TEQSA Register of Experts.

Research Interests

Jacqui's research interests include prophetic literature (particularly Isaiah), pentecostal hermeneutics, feminist readings of Scripture and poetics.

Academic Qualifications

2006

PhD (Charles Sturt University)
Dissertation Title Burning Tongues: Voicing a Pentecostal-charismatic Hermeneutic of the Old Testament

2002

BTh(hons) (Charles Sturt University)

2001

BTh (Sydney College of Divinity)

1995

BA (Sydney University)

Selected Publications

Conference paper — Published in

Citation: Grey, J.N.(2012). ‘Submission to the King: The Power of Wisdom and the Wisdom of Power in the Narrative of 1 Kings 3-11’. Paper presented at the ANZATS Conference, Brisbane, Australia, July 1-4.

Conference paper — Published in

Citation: Grey, J.N.(2014). ‘A Prophetic Critique of Economic Proportion in Isaiah 5’. Paper presented at the Australia and New Zealand Association of Theological Schools (ANZATS) Conference, Notre Dame University, Fremantle WA, June 29-July 2.

Book chapter — Published in

Citation: Grey, J.N.(2015). Global Renewal Christianity: Spirit-Empowered Movements Past, Present, and Future, vol. I: Asia and Oceania In Synan, Vinson & Yong, Amos, 'Unleashing the Dragon: Exploration of the Possible Impact of Chinese Confucian Culture on Pentecostal Hermeneutics' (pp. pp. 197-203.). Lake Mary, Fla.: Charisma House Publishers.

Book chapter — Published in

Citation: Grey, J.N.(2015). Toward a Pentecostal Theology of Worship In Martin, L.R., (ed), ‘The Book of Isaiah and Pentecostal Worship’ (pp. ). Cleveland, TN: CPT Press.

Journal article — Published in

Citation: Grey, J.N.(2003). ‘Judges 4-5, Pentecostalism, and the (de)construction of women ministers’. Australasian Pentecostal Studies, Vol 7, pp. 35-90..

Journal article — Published in

Citation: Grey, J.N.(2001). ‘Torn Stockings and Enculturation: Women Pastors in the Australian AOG’. Australasian Pentecostal Studies, Vol 5/6.

Conference paper — Published in

Citation: Grey, J.N.(2013). ‘When the Spirit trumps tradition: A Pentecostal Reading of Isaiah 56: 1-8’ . Paper presented at the Society of Biblical Literature Conference, Baltimore, Maryland USA, November 23-26.

Conference paper — Published in

Citation: Grey, J.N.(2013). ‘Reflections on Brueggemann’s The Prophetic Imagination’. Paper presented at the Society of Biblical Literature Conference, Baltimore, Maryland USA, November 23-26.

Conference paper — Published in

Citation: Grey, J.N.(2013). ‘Unleashing the Dragon: Exploration of the Possible Impact of Chinese Confucian Culture on Pentecostal Hermeneutics’ . Paper presented at the E21 Global Scholars Consultation, Alphacrucis College, Sydney Australia, July 8-10.

Conference paper — Published in

Citation: Grey, J.N.(2013). ‘Beauty and holiness in the calling of Isaiah’. Paper presented at the Society for Pentecostal Studies Conference, 42nd Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA USA, March 21-23.

Book chapter — Published in

Citation: Grey, J.N.(2015). Pentecostal Hermeneutics on the Way: Interdisciplinary Forays in the Hermeneutics of Renewal Tradition In Archer, K & Oliverio, L.W., (eds), ‘When the Spirit Trumps Tradition: A Pentecostal Reading of Isaiah 56:1-8’ (pp. ). Charis: Christianity and Renewal Series, London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Book chapter — Published in

Citation: Austin, D.A. & Grey, J.N.(2015). Women of Faith In de Alminana, M. & Olena, L. (eds) , ‘The ‘outback spirit’ of Pentecostal women pioneers in Australia’ (pp. ). Global Pentecostal and Charismatic Series, Leiden: Brill.

Book chapter — Published in

Citation: Grey, J.N.(2011). Out of place; Doing Theology on the Crosscultural Brink In Pearson, C. & Havea, J (ed), ‘Isaiah 53 and the suffering-less servant in Australian Pentecostalism’ (pp. pp.187-201.). London: Equinox.

Journal article — Published in

Citation: Grey, J.N.(2009). ‘Acts of the Spirit: Ezekiel 37 in the Light of Contemporary Speech-Act Theory’. Journal of Biblical and Pneumatological Research, Vol 1, Issue 1, pp. 69-82..

Journal article — Published in

Citation: Grey, J.N.(2009). ‘The trees of the field will clap their hands”: Is there hope for the renewal of Creation in Second Isaiah?’ . Australasian Pentecostal Studies, Vol 12, pp. 35-38..

Journal article — Published in

Citation: Grey, J.N.(2008). ‘The Experience of a Woman as a Pentecostal Academic’ . Asian Journal of Pentecostal Studies, Vol. 11, Issue 1/2, pp. 94-98..

Journal article — Published in

Citation: Grey, J.N.(2006). ‘Reading with Bi-focals: Visions of Christ in Pentecostal Interpretations of Isaiah 6. Australasian Pentecostal Studies, Vol 9, pp. 48-73..

Conference paper — Published in 2015

Citation: Grey, J.N.(2015). 'A Postcolonial Reading of Isaiah 2:1-5. Paper presented at the Society for Pentecostal Studies Conference, 44th Annual Meeting, Lakeland FL, USA, March 12-14.

Book chapter — Published in 2015

Citation: Grey, J.N.(2015). Public Theology and the Challenge of Feminism In Burns, S. & Monro, A., (eds), '”Princess Theology” and the Promotion of Women within Pentecostalism’ (pp. pp.75-85.). Oxford, OX: Routledge.

Journal article — Published in 2014

Citation: Grey, J.N.(2014). 'Reflections of Brueggeman's The Prophetic Imagination'. Journal of Pentecostal Theology, Vol 23, Issue 1, pp. 7-11..

Conference paper — Published in 2014

Citation: Grey, J.N.(2014). ‘The Development of the Role of a Prophet in the Old Testament’. Paper presented at the Society for Pentecostal Studies Conference, 43rd Annual Meeting, Springfield MO, USA, March 6-8.

Book chapter — Published in 2013

Citation: Grey, J.N.(2013). A Future for Holiness: Pentecostal Explorations In Martin, L.R., (ed), ‘Beauty and Holiness in the Calling of Isaiah’ (pp. pp. 47-58.). Cleveland, TN: CPT Press.

Book — Published in 2011

Citation: Grey, J.N.(2011). Three's A Crowd: Pentecostalism, Hermeneutics and the Old Testament. Eugene, OR: Pickwick Publications.

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Book — Published in 2009

Citation: Grey, J.N.(2009). Raising Women Leaders: Perspectives on Liberating Women in Pentecostal and Charismatic Contexts. Chester Hill, NSW: Australasian Pentecostal Studies.

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Book — Published in 2008

Citation: Grey, J.N.(2008). Them, Us & Me: How the Old Testament Speaks to People Today. Sydney: SCD/ APSS Press.

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Office Hours

Appointments can be made through Reception within the following times:
Tuesday 2-4pm
Thursday 10 – 1pm


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