Dr Stuart Rochester is based in Tasmania, Australia and has a PhD in New Testament (Mark’s Gospel) from Durham University, UK. His thesis has been published as Good News at Gerasa: Transformative Discourse and Theological Anthropology in Mark’s Gospel (Peter Lang, 2011). His Master’s degree dealt with Self-Denial in the Synoptic Gospels. He taught with the Open Theological College (University of Gloucestershire) for some years and previously taught in primary and secondary schools.
In 2011 he taught at the Ethiopian Graduate School of Theology in Addis Ababa. At present he and his wife, Dr Kathleen Rochester, teach intensive courses in Biblical Studies at accredited evangelical colleges, most of which are interdenominational, in various countries. As International Teaching Partners they have taught at South Asia Institute for Advanced Christian Studies (Bangalore, India), Malaysia Bible Seminary (Kuala Lumpur), Biblical Seminary of the Philippines (Manila), Sabah Theological Seminary (Kota Kinabalu), and Latvian Biblical Centre (Riga). He and his wife have four adult children and five grandchildren. He is also a pianist and organist.
Field of Expertise:
- New Testament
- Old Testament