BSc(Biomedical Science), MDiv, DMin–Preaching and Leadership(candidate) (Asbury Theological Seminary, Kentucky)
Laithe Greenaway has been a Salvation Army officer for 17 years and is currently serving as a Corps Officer of the Bundamba Corps, QLD. Laithe has been involved in the one-on-one coaching of preaching and teaching of preaching since 2013. With a passion for theology, Laithe wrote a research paper entitled: Divine Humility and its Implications for Prayer. This paper addressed the question of how the concept of Divine Humility might inform the paradox of a Sovereign God who nonetheless invites human participation through prayer. In 2016, Laithe was awarded a Beeson International Scholarship into the Preaching and Leadership Doctor of Ministry program at Asbury Theological Seminary. At the completion of his DMin, Laithe published a dissertation entitled: “We have a Gospel: A critique of salvation narratives in The Salvation Army in Australia”.
Areas of Expertise
- “We have a Gospel: A critique of salvation narratives in The Salvation Army in Australia”, Asbury Theological Seminary, ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2019. 13898226.
- “Good news that is still good for those living with chronic disability”, in Living as People of Hope in a Time of Despair, Thought Matters Vol. 5. Bayswater, VIC: The Salvation Army, 2016
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