Timothy Martin Lewis is a Greek tutor at Whitley College, University of Divinity (formerly Melbourne College of Divinity). He holds a BA (Mus), Deakin University, a GradDipEd (Primary), Monash University, and a BTheol, University of Divinity where he is currently a PhD candidate with interests in exegesis and translation of the New Testament Gospels (his thesis focuses on contextual meanings for several low-frequency lexemes found in the Peshitta Gospels).
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