Cameron is the Lecturer in Applied Theology and Missional Engagement and the Dean of Students. He is particularly interested in the intersection of theology and ethics, particularly considering the life and mission of the church. His current research deals with Herman Bavinck and 19th century philosophy. He has been on the Christ College faculty since 2021. Prior to this, Cameron was a visiting Assistant Professor at Covenant College, Georgia, a Lecturer at Faith Mission Bible College in Edinburgh, an Assistant Pastor at Parish Presbyterian Church in Franklin, Tennessee, and a Missionary in Bogota, Colombia.Cameron is married to Taryn and they have two children.
Cameron, how has your theological education and career shaped you?
“Having studied and ministered in a diverse set of cultures, I feel that I have learned to listen well. These experiences have caused me to always be curious and never assume that I know all the answers.”
- 2005 Bachelor of Arts in Bible and Theology (Moody Bible Institute)
- 2014 Master of Arts in Religion (Reformed Theological Seminary)
- 2020 Doctor of Philosophy in Systematic Theology (New College Edinburgh – University of Edinburgh)
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Foundational Ministry Conversations
Guidebook for Instruction in the Christian Religion
Guidebook for Instruction in the Christian Religion, trans. and ed. Cameron Clausing and Greg Parker. Peabody: Hendrickson, 2022.
"Dogmatics: A Progressive Science?"
Journal of Biblical and Theological Studies 6/2 (2021): 349-366.
"A Gracious Theological Method"
Paper delivered at Society for the Study of Theology, Coventry 68 (April, 2019).
"Time after Time: Herman Bavinck on History"
Invited Paper at the Theology and Ethics Seminar at New College, University of Edinburgh (November 2018).
"The Future of the Church: Bavinck’s analysis of the Past, the Future, America, and Europe"
Paper delivered at Fifth European Conference on Neo-Calvinism in Leuven, Belgium (August 2018).
The Sacrifice of Praise
The Sacrifice of Praise: Mediations Before and After Admission to the Lord’s Table, trans. Cameron Clausing and Greg Parker. Peabody: Hendrickson, 2019.
A review of Shelli Poe’s 'Essential Trinitarianism: Schleiermacher as Trinitarian Theologian'
Journal of Reformed Theology 12/4 (2018): 435–436.
"Herman Bavinck’s Trinitarian Antidote to Unbelief and Skepticism"
Paper delivered at Society for the Study of Theology, Nottingham 67 (April, 2018).
A review of Thomas Schreiner’s 'Covenant and God’s Purpose for the World'
Journal of Biblical and Theological Studies 3/2 (March 2018): 353-355.
"Glossary of Terms"
in Thomas Aquinas, by K. Scott Oliphint, 127-132. Phillipsburg: P&R Publishing, 2017.
"Straight Outta Kampen: Herman Bavinck as a proto-social Trinitarian?"
Paper delivered at Theologische Universiteit Kampen for the Advanced Theological Studies Fellowship (June 2017).
Respondent to Prof Jeffrey Stout’s Edinburgh Gifford Lectures
Online Response, (May 2017).
Respondent to Prof Oliver O’Donovan at his book release for Finding and Seeking
New College, University of Edinburgh (January 2017).
"The Church: The Trinitarian Plan"
Paper delivered for the Free Church of Scotland at their annual in service (January 2017).
A review of John Bolt’s Bavinck on the Christian Life: Following Jesus in Faithful Service
European Journal of Theology 25 (May 2016).
Down Under Theology
Theological podcast. Co-hosts the show.
Christ College YouTube
Recurring appearances through advertisements, module content, chapel, and graduation streams.
Your Labour is Not in Vain
Eliza Ferrie Lecture 2021, Wednesday 18th August, 2021 (38:17).
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