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Major Emma Moore

Major Emma Moore

Lecturer

MA(Theology), University of Manchester, United Kingdom; BTh, Sydney College of Divinity, Australia

Emma has been a Salvation Army Officer for over 15 years and has experience as a Corps Officer and Church planter in several Corps in Australia. Between 2016-2018, she was appointed to the college in Sydney where she was a Mission Leader and an Individualized Training Officer before commencing at an inner-city Corps in London, UK. Most recently, Emma has been the Mission and Ministry Formation Coordinator for the Officer Formation Stream at Eva Burrows College.

Research Interests

Theology

Embodiment Theology

History of Emotions

Neuroscience and Theology

Conference Paper

  • 'The Ideal Stressed Woman: the Anxious Emotionology of Catherine Booth', Spirited Women, ACWR, August 2021.
  • ‘Unhelpful Understandings of Salvation?’ Thought Matters vol 6, 2016: pages 97-103.

Presentations

  • ‘Anxiety Embraced: The Relationship Between Anxiety and Theology in the Early Salvation Army,’ Eastern Suburbs Research Seminar, University of Divinity, Melbourne Australia. October 2020.
  • ‘How Relationality Facilitates Human Flourishing: A Neurobiological and Christological Conversation’ Australasian Centre for Wesleyan Research Conference, Sydney Australia. September 2018.
  • ‘How to Use Coaching and Conversation in Discipleship,’ The Salvation Army, South London Division Transformers, London, UK. September 2018.
  • ‘Spiritual Pathways,’ The Salvation Army, Australian Eastern Territory Territorial Women’s Conference, Sydney, Australia. February 2018.
  • ‘Are There People for whom Traditional Views of Salvation are Unhelpful?’ The Salvation Army, Tri-territorial Thought Matters Conference, Melbourne, Australia. November 2016.