Publications: Jensen, Alexander
Jensen, A. (2012) The changing faces of eternity: The transformation of the Christian understanding of God in the late middle ages and its consequences. In: Orientale Lumen: Australasia and Oceania IV: Churches East and West Questioning the Modern Context, 4 - 7 July 2012, Ormond College, Melbourne, Australia.
Jensen, A. (2012) The liturgical experience of the holy spirit as the foundation of Christian theology. In: Annual Conference of the Society for the Study of Theology 2012, 26 - 28 March 2012, University of York, York.
Jensen, A. (2012) A passionate call for justice and reconciliation in Australia: Book review: Chris Budden, Following Jesus in Invaded Space: Doing Theology on Aboriginal Land (Cambridge: James Clarke & Co, 2011. £18.00. pp. 190. ISBN: 978-0-2271-7358-9). The Expository Times, 124 (1). pp. 36-49.
Jensen, A. (2011) Book review: Anthony C. Thiselton, Hermeneutics: An Introduction. Grand Rapids, Mich (W.B., Eerdmans Pub. Co.) 2009. Colloquium, 43 (1). pp. 95-97.
Jensen, A.S. (2011) Schleiermacher and Bonhoeffer as negative theologians: A Western response to some Eastern challenges. St. Marks Review, 215 . pp. 7-21.
Jensen, A. (2010) Does God have a future? Questions regarding God's eternity in dialogue with medieval and modern theology. In: 2010 ANZATS Conference 2010, 7 - 9 July 2010, University of Melbourne, Melbourne.
Jensen, A. (2010) Heidegger's last passing God and Schleiermacher's speeches on religion. In: Thinking the World in the 21st Century: International Colloquium, 30 April - 1 May 2010, Hobart, Tasmania.
Jensen, A. (2010) Schleiermacher and Bonhoeffer as negative theologians: A Western response to Some Eastern challenges. In: 2nd St. Pauls College Symposium: The Many Doctrines of God, 8 December 2010, University of Sydney, Sydney.
Jensen, A. (2010) The proposed new preamble and the Barmen declaration, and why it matters. Uniting Church Studies, 16 (1). pp. 63-70.
Jensen, A. (2009) Word of God or witness? Issues in Christian biblical hermeneutics. Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, 20 (3). pp. 215-226.
Jensen, A. (2009) The unintended consequences of the condemnation of 1277: Divine power and the established order in question. Colloquium, 41 (1). pp. 57-72.
Jensen, A. (2008) Heidegger's last passing god and Schleiermacher's speeches on religion. In: Australasian Philosophy of Religion Association (APRA) Conference 2008, 27 - 28 September 2008, St Mark's National Theological Centre, Barton, ACT.
Jensen, A. (2008) Issues in Christian biblical hermeneutics. In: Text and Interpretation: The Bases for Christian-Muslim Engagement, Shi'a Muslim-Christian Dialogue Series: 2008-2010, 25 - 27 June 2008, University of Birmingham, Birmingham.
Jensen, A. (2008) When political interference goes wrong: Unintended consequences of the ban of 1277. In: Annual Conference of the Society for the Study of Theology 2008: Theology and Politics, 31 March - 3 April 2008, St John's College, Durham, UK.
Jensen, A. (2008) The condemnation of 1277 and why it matters: The change of the understanding of God in the late middle ages and the implications for our theology. In: Sharing Theological Passions Colloquium, November 2008, Murdoch University, Murdoch, W.A.
Jensen, A. (2008) The influence of Schleiermacher's second speech "On Religion" on Heidegger's concept of "Ereignis". The Review of Metaphysics, 61 (4). pp. 815-826.
Jensen, A. (2006) A SURE GROUND ON WHICH TO STAND: THE RELATION OF AUTHORITY AND INTERPRETIVE METHOD IN LUTHER's APPROACH TO SCRIPTURE Mark D. Thompson (Paternoster Biblical and Theological Monographs; Carlisle: Paternoster, 2004), xviii + 336pp. ISBN 1842271458. Colloquium, 38 (2). pp. 234-237.
Jensen, A. (2004) Bible and law in the discussion of human sexuality: A conversation with the reformers. Search: Church of Ireland Journal, 27 (3). pp. 178-185.
Jensen, A.S. (2004) John's gospel as witness: The development of the early Christian language of faith. Ashgate Publishing Limited, Aldershot, England.
Jensen, A.S. (2002) Martin Luther's 'Sin Boldly' revisited: A fresh look at a controversial concept in the light of modern pastoral psychology. Contact: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Pastoral Studies (137). pp. 2-13.