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Denise Cooper-Clarke

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Denise Cooper-Clarke is a graduate of medicine and theology with a PhD in medical ethics. She teaches medical ethics to medical students, is an (occasional) adjunct lecturer in ethics at Ridley Melbourne, and is a past chair of the Melbourne chapter of Christians for Biblical Equality. Denise and her husband David have three adult children and four grandchildren (soon to be six!).

Resources by Denise Cooper-Clarke

Book Review | The Rise and Fall of the Complementarian Doctrine of the Trinity
Article | Mutuality | Blog + Magazine | Instinctively Egalitarian: Signs of Encouragement from Australia