Dr Graeme Loftus recently retired, only to be told that he had a seriously aggressive brain tumor.
Following surgery to remove the tumour, Graeme is presently undergoing treatment which is aimed at prolonging his life. But sadly, his prognosis doesn’t look good.
He has Bachelors degrees in Civil Engineering and Theology, Masters degrees in Divinity and Family Life Education and a doctorate in ministry. He’s written two books and a third is in the process of being published.
He’s pastored churches in the United States, New Zealand and Australia over a period of 40 years. He was a prison chaplain for 3 years at Long Bay Jail in Sydney, and was also a chaplain at the former Auckland Adventist Hospital.
How does theology stack up when you’re faced with something like this? I travelled to Graeme’s home in Sydney to talk with him about this new reality...