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The Rev’d Dr Theo McCall

The Rev’d Dr Theo McCall

Lecturer in Systematic Theology


Theo is the School Chaplain of St Peter’s College, Adelaide, and works across the whole school (ELC – Year 12). He graduated with a PhD in Systematic Theology from Flinders University in 2008 and his thesis was published as The Greenie’s Guide to the End of the World (Adelaide: ATF, 2011).

He is an Adjunct Lecturer at St Barnabas’ College and the University of Divinity. Theo is keenly interested in the dialogue between systematic theology and positive psychology, particularly from a practical point of view in delivering chaplaincy services and Religious Studies lessons.

In October 2013 he attended a meeting in Canterbury of spiritual leaders and psychologists led by Martin Seligman. He co-edited the proceedings of this meeting in a book entitled Being Called (Santa Barbara: Praeger, 2015). Theo has presented and run workshops on wellbeing widely, including writing the entry on “Positive Spirituality” in Palgrave Handbook of Positive Education (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2021).

He enjoys cycling, singing and music, bushwalking, good food and red wine, and making connections between movies and theology.

Areas of Teaching

Systematic Theology


Graduate Diploma of Education
UniSA, 2013

Doctor of Philosophy
Flinders 2008

Master of Theological Studies
Flinders University, 2002

Diploma of Pastoral Studies
Adelaide College of Divinity, 1996

Bachelor of Theology
Flinders University, 1996

Bachelor of Arts (Hons)
University of Adelaide, 1992