Australian Masters and Doctoral Dissertations

Dominic Arcamone (2013) A Dialectical Engagement with Key Symbols of Religiously Motivated Violence through the Insights of Bernard Lonergan (PhD Thesis, Australian Catholic University).
Published as Religion and Violence: A Dialectical Engagement through the Insights of Bernard Lonergan Pickwick Publications, Eugene 2015

Shane Clifton (2005). An analysis of the developing ecclesiology of the Assemblies of God in Australia (Th.D thesis, Australian Catholic University.
Published as Pentecostal Churches in Transition: Analysing the Developing Ecclesiology of the Assemblies of God in Australia Brill, Leiden 2009

John Collins (2013) Foundations in Practical Theology: A Critical Appraisal of Contemporary Contributions (PhD thesis, Australian Catholic University)

Christopher Cotter (2019) A Pastoral Theological Approach to Restorative Practices in the Australian Catholic School Context (Th.D thesis, University of Divinity)

Rohan Curnow (2011) Bernard Lonergan and the Preferential Option for the Poor: Integral Conversion, Liberation Hermeneutics, and the Mission of the Church (Th.D thesis, University of Toronto) (Preview)
Published as The Preferential Option for the Poor: A Short History and a Reading Based on the Thought of Bernard Lonergan Marquette University Press, Milwaukee 2012

Cecilia Francisco-Tan (2019) The Implications of Authentic Authority for Contemporary Pastoral Leadership: An Application of Bernard Lonergan’s Dialectic of Authority (PhD Thesis, University of Divinity)

Robin Koning (2005). Clifford Geertz’s understanding of culture as an anthropological resource for theology: A Lonergan reading (Th.D thesis, Regis College, University of Toronto) (Preview)

Peter Laughlin (2008) Jesus and the Cross: Necessity, Meaning and Atonement (PhD thesis, Australian Catholic University)
Published as Jesus and the Cross: Necessity, Meaning, and Atonement. Pickwick Publications, Eugene 2014

Christina Kheng Li Lin (2017) The church and management: Synthesis of a reorientation framework for management theories through a theological engagement with management science (PhD thesis, Australian Catholic University)

John Little (2009) Lonergan’s Intentionality Analysis and the Foundations of Organization and Governance: A Response to Ghoshal (PhD thesis, Australian Catholic University)

James Maher (2014) The Christian songwriter as theologian: giving voice to the converted heart and mind (Master of Theology thesis, University of Divinity)

Patrick McInerney (2009) Modelling the Method: A Lonergan Approach to Christian Responsibility in Interreligious Relations (PhD thesis, Australian Catholic University)

Sean McNelis (2012) Cyclic Functional Collaboration: A Scientific Approach to Housing (PhD thesis, Swinburne University of Technology).
Published as Making Progress in Housing: A Framework for Collaborative Research, Routledge, London 2014

Michael Minton (2000) The Fourth Level of Human Consciousness as taught by Bernard Lonergan S.J. in ‘Insight’ (Th.D thesis, Melbourne College of Divinity)

Jacob Mudge (2019) Authentic Subjectivity and Christian Formation: A Dialectical Study of Luigi Rulla Based on Robert Doran (Th.D thesis, Pontifical Gregorian University)

Clement Papa (2020) Towards a Theology of Redeeming History: Tracing the Origins and the Development of Bernard Lonergan’s Theology of Redemptive History as Found in his Unpublished Papers of File 713 (Ph.D thesis, University of Divinity)

David Perry (2014) Pentecostal spirit baptism: An analysis of meaning and function (PhD thesis, Australian Catholic University)
Published as Spirit Baptism: The Pentecostal Experience in Theological Focus, Brill, Leiden 2017

Meredith Secomb (2010) Hearing the Call of God: Toward a Theological Phenomenology of Vocation (PhD thesis, Australian Catholic University)

Elizabeth Snedden (2012) Personal Appropriation of the Desire to Know and Love God: A Study of Natural and Religious Interiority in the Writings of Bernard Lonergan S.J. (Th.D thesis, MCD University of Divinity)

Alan Wade (2012) The Theologian as Authentic Subject: Lonergan and the Centrality of Method (Th.D thesis, MCD University of Divinity)

Kathleen Williams (1999) Lonergan, and the Transforming Immanence of the Transcendent:  Towards a Theology of Grace as the Dynamic State of Being in Love with God (Th.D thesis, Melbourne College of Divinity)