Dianne Rayson

Di is a theologian interested in how theology can both support the church-community and equip it to engage in the public discourse. Her main areas of research are ecotheology and ecoethics, and the life and work of Dietrich Bonhoeffer.

Di has had several careers, spanning public health, community development, law and justice, and public policy. She’s a singer and cellist, and lives on a farm on the Mid North Coast.

Di lectures at BBI – The Australian Institute for the Theological Education and the University of Newcastle.