Professor Neil Ormerod has worked in various institutions as a systematic theologian, including fourteen years as Professor of Theology at Australian Catholic University. He currently holds a position as Honorary Professor at Alphacrucis University College. He is widely published in Australia and internationally with fourteen books, forty book chapters and over ninety articles in referred journals. He is recognised internationally as an expert in the work of Catholic philosopher and theologian, Bernard Lonergan SJ. His research interests include science and religion, natural theology, Trinity, Christology, soteriology, and historical ecclesiology. He has doctorates in pure mathematics and in theology. In 2013 he was made a Fellow of the Australian Catholic Theological Association (FACTA), the first non-clerical member to be so honoured.
Neil is married to Thea Ormerod, a climate change activist, and they have four children and eleven grandchildren.