The Author

Michael Jensen is the Rector of St Mark’s Anglican Church, Darling Point, in Sydney. He previously taught theology and church history at Moore College for 10 years, and completed his doctorate at Oxford University, which was published as Martyrdom and Identity: The Self on Trial. He has published a number of other books, including Sydney Anglicanism: An Apology, and My God, My God – Is it possible to believe anymore? He is currently working on projects on the doctrine of humanity and on Reformation Anglicanism. He maintains his interest in literary fiction, Eastern European history and culture, and J.S. Bach. Michael is married to Catherine and they have four children.

My Year in Books by Michael Jensen

This is a maddening and extraordinary book—the kind that your atheist uncle who knows everything will have read.

The Curate’s Eggs Benedict: Good in Parts

​It didn’t take me long to finish Rod Dreher’s

Radiohead: OK Computer

There’s a curse on the yuppie set, ambition driven,

Theological Stuff You Should Know (2) – Ectypal Theology

(Part 2 of Michael Jensen’s “Theological Stuff You Should

Theological Stuff You Should Know (1) – Anhypostasis / Enhypostasis

This is going to sound like it is only