Richard Prideaux has spent his life thus far in a student, a school teacher, a headmaster and a chaplain. He is currently the part -time senior chaplain at Newhaven College on beautiful Phillip Island in Victoria Australia. He has degrees from Melbourne University (BA majoring in  English and Biogeography); Monash University (Dip Ed);  London University ( BD 2nd class hons, upper division); Australian College of Theology (Thl, 1st class hons); and La Trobe University (MA by thesis: “The Place of the Epistle of James in the Growth of the Primitive Church” supervised by Dr John Painter).  He is the co-author of “Science and Faith: What is the Problem” with the late Dr Anthony Pepper. Richard is passionate about his gorgeous wife Ann, their two children and six grand children.  His interests include a lifelong study of Biblical Greek and Hebrew,  European and Asian Art, Ancient, Mediaeval, Gothic and Romanesque architecture, English literature, the history and philosophy of science, the theology of Romans, travel, philately and collecting 1930’s-60’s die-cast Dinky Toy model cars. He longs for God’s peace, justice and love to reign in this world as folk of every nation come to know and love the living God of all creation.