Adrian came to the College most recently from Nipissing University, North Bay (ON) where he served as a professor and lecturer in the Department of Religions and Cultures since 2009. He has taught in the areas of theology and religion as these relate to peace, non-violence, economics, and environment. He is gifted in helping others to explore faith and to understand faithful leadership in a context where these questions and challenges arise.
In 2009, Adrian completed his PhD in the area of theology in the Faculty of Religious Studies at McGill University. His doctoral thesis was published as God the Eternal Contemporary: Trinity, Eternity, and Time in Karl Barth. Adrian’s current research focuses on the doctrine of creation—he is exploring the ecological crises of today from the point of view of theology and the practice of faith. We are grateful that Adrian brings his passion for theology and the practice of faith into the work of the Leadership Centre.