About Me

Captain Adam Couchman BTh (Hons) MA in Theology
I'm a Salvation Army Officer from Gosford, Australia. Along with my wife Megan, my current appointment is as Assistant Training Principal - Administration of the School for Officer Training at Catherine Booth College, Melbourne. I also teach in the areas of Theology and Worship. I am married to Megan and together we have two girls, Annabelle and Brielle.

I currently hold a Bachelor of Theology from the Sydney College of Divinity with Honours from Charles Sturt University. My honours dissertation was entitled "The neo-sacramental theology of The Salvation Army" and can be accessed here. I've also completed a Master of Arts in Theology (Aspects of Christian Holiness) from Nazarene Theological College, in Manchester, England. My dissertation was entitled "In the image of the Image: Theological Anthropology and its importance for Christian Holiness according to Gregory of Nyssa".

Currently I am completing a Doctor of Theology through the Sydney College of Divinity which is engaging a Theological Interpretation of Scripture, specifically looking at the Jesus' own worship in the light of the church's confession that his fully human and fully divine.

I would welcome comments and feedback as I believe that theology is not just knowledge to be transferred from one person to another, but an ongoing discussion which shapes our minds after Christ who has the mind of God. Theology is, therefore, in itself a holy task.

I'm particularly interested in holiness and related topics, such as sin, atonement and incarnation.

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Every blessing

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