Tabor Adelaide Seminary is located in Millswood, South Australia. Their current principal is Johan Roux. Tabor Adelaide joined the SSA in 2012, as a founding partner school. They are the first international seminary to join the alliance.
Rev. Dr Graham Buxton, an ordained Anglican with extensive pastoral experience in both the UK and Australia, was born in the UK, and emigrated to Australia in 1991 with his wife and three children to take up a position at Tabor Adelaide, where he is now Head of Postgraduate Studies in the School of Ministry, Theology and Culture, and Director of the Graeme Clark Research Institute. He teaches and writes in the areas of practical theology, pastoral ministry and the science-theology interface. Graham is a Visiting Fellow at St John’s College, Durham University in the UK, and has taught as an adjunct professor on a regular basis at Fuller Theological Seminary in California, USA. Click here to contact Graham Buxton.
Stephen Spence: As both Vice-President for Education and Research at Tabor Adelaide, and the Senior Lecturer in New Testament and Theology, Stephen provides a fine balance of teaching experience (since 1997) and academic management rigor to the Faculty. Stephen earned his MDiv at Asbury Theological Seminary (1983) and his PhD from Fuller Seminary (2001). His PhD thesis, Parting of the Ways: The Roman Church as Case Study was published by Peeters (2004). Stephen is an ordained Baptist pastor and ministered in Victoria (Australia) from 1983-94.
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