Martin Ricquebourg


Martin was born in Zimbabwe, but now lives in Perth, Australia. He is married to Ruth and has 4 kids: Sophie, Jemma, Abigail and Laura. He graduated from the University of Cape Town with a degree in Computer & Electrical Engineering (B.Sc.). He then spent the next 8 years studying at the Bible Institute of South Africa where he eventually earned a Masters in Theology. During that time he spent two years evaluating the life and legacy of Charles Darwin theologically and philosophically. He went on to serve as the Academic Dean of Harare Theological College from 2012 till 2020. In 2024 he was awarded a Ph.D. in theology from North-West University (South Africa). In his doctoral dissertation he studied the influence of historical science on the interpretation of Genesis 1-11 from 1650 to 1910, analysing 193 Genesis commentaries from the first century through to the twentieth century. Martin is currently serving as a teaching elder at a Presbyterian Church in Perth.


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