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Dr. Daniel Newman

Dr. Daniel Newman

about the teacher


I grew up on the south coast of England and read Medicine at Oxford, initially intending to become a doctor. Towards the end of my studies, however, I was recommended for training for ordained ministry in the Church of England. It was at about this time that I met my wife, Brooke. I read Theology at Cambridge and was awarded the Gibson Prize for Distinction in New Testament Greek. After being ordained in 2013, I served in parishes on the south coast, near London, and in the countryside. We moved to Moscow, Idaho in July 2022. I have taught Rhetoric and Philosophy at Logos School and I currently work at New St Andrew's College as Director of Student Affairs, providing pastoral care for students and overseeing student leaders, and a Lecturer in Theology. Brooke and I have six children. In my spare time, I enjoy fencing.

Teaching Philosophy

God is restoring all things through his word. As the mediaeval scholastics understood, the liberal arts lead us back to the knowledge of God, especially through the understanding of Holy Scripture. The linguistic arts employed in the study of the Greek of the New Testament serve this end. I have embraced …

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Contributor to 'Learning from Lockdown: How Churches Have Dealt with COVID-19' (Grove Worship Booklet 246, 2021)
‘Damned if You Do, Damned if You Don’t? Worthy Reception of Holy Communion in the Book of Common Prayer’ Faith & Worship 83 (2018), pp. 29-44
‘Using the Psalms’ in Reimagining Worship: Renewing Worship in a Changing Church (Canterbury Press, 2017), pp. 87-96
‘The Joy of the Prayer Book for an Anglican’ in The Joy of Being Anglican (Redemptorist Publications, 2017), pp. 85-94
‘What Does the Prayer Book Have to Say About Sin and Redemption?’ Faith & Worship 76 (2015), pp. 32-45
‘As From the Father, so From the Son: the Procession of the Spirit in the Fourth Gospel’ Churchman 127 (2013), pp. 299-309
Banerjee A, Newman DR, Van den Bruel A, Heneghan C, 'Diagnostic Accuracy of Exercise Stress Testing for Coronary Artery Disease: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Prospective Studies', International Journal of Clinical Practice 66 (2012), pp. 477-492


MD equivalent
Oxford - 2009
(Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery in UK)
Cambridge Theological Federation/Anglia Ruskin University - 2014
Christian Theology
Cambridge - 2012
Theological and Religious Studies
Oxford - 2006
Medical Sciences