Chaplain, Professor of Pastoral Theology and Director of Field Education
DMin (Wycliffe), MDiv (General Theological Seminary), MA in Expository Writing (U Iowa)
BA in Journalism (U Iowa), MS in Library Science (U Illinois)
Annette G. Brownlee is the Chaplain of Wycliffe College, Director of Field Education and teaches in the Pastoral Theology Department. Her research interests include the multiple implications of preaching Scripture as the church’s book, Augustine’s divine pedagogy as a rule of life for preachers, the sermons of André Trocmé and a model of theological reflection based on the Spirit’s use of Scripture in the church. Before coming to Wycliffe Annette was in fulltime parish ministry for many years. She currently assists and preaches at St. Paul’s L’Amoreaux in Scarborough.
She is married to Ephraim Radner and they have two children.
Areas of Expertise
Theology as a Way of Life
The Practices of the Church as the Ordinary Means of God’s Grace
The Daily Office
Models of Theological Reflection
Preaching as a Theological Practice
“Is Worship a Waste of a Good Sunday Morning.” In Thomas P. Power, ed. A Guide for the Christian Perplexed. Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock, 2012.
“The Politics of Repentance: the Christian faith and ethics of André Trocmé” in Church, Society, and the Christian Common Good: Essays in Conversation with Philip Turner. Edited by Ephram Radner. Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2017
Preaching Jesus Christ Today: Six Questions for Moving from Scripture to Sermon.
Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Publishing Group, 2018.
“The Ordering of Creaturely Life: as sermon on Exodus 19:16-20:17” in Redemption and Relationship: Sermons on Exodus. Edited by Andrew Witt.: Wipf & Stock