Assoc. Prof. Adam Cooper
BTheol (ALC) GradCertTertTeach (Curtin) GradDipMin (ALC)
STL (Lateran) STD (JPII, Rome) PhD (Durham)
Department of Systematic Theology 
Assoc. Prof. Adam Cooper is a lecturer at Catholic Theological College and a member of the department of Systematic Theology and Church History. 
The undergraduate units he teaches include:
The postgraduate Units he teaches include:
Adam Cooper has taught Greek at the University of Durham (NT), patristics at the Melbourne Institute of Orthodox Christian Studies and theological anthropology, historical theology, and moral theology at John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family.
His current academic interests are: Patristic theology, Maximus the Confessor, Theology of deification and Nouvell théologie.
His recent publications include:
  • 'Drawing Water without a Bucket: Reading Scripture with Jesus and the Woman at the Well in Maximus the Confessor's Scholion on Thal. 41' , (2018)
  • 'Salvation in Christ in the Teaching of the Early Fathers', in Mark Edwards (ed.), The Edinburgh Critical Hisroty of Christianity vol. 1 (2019  forthcoming)
  • 'Padri della Chiesa e sessualità', in Dizionario su Sesso, Amore e Fecondità, eds. José Noriega and R. Ecochard (2019 forthcoming)
  • 'The Reception of Aquinas in the Nouvelle th

    éologie', in The Oxford Handbook on the Reception of Aquinas, eds. (2019 forthcoming)