Dr Milton Hook
Dr Milton Hook was first trained as an elementary school teacher and taught for two years. He then served as a missionary in the late 1960s in Papua New Guinea and, later, as a pastor in Ohio (USA) and the eastern States of Australia. Milton has also served as a Rotarian for a decade.
Milton taught college-level Bible subjects in New Zealand, New South Wales and Michigan (USA). He studied at the Master’s degree level at the Evangelical Lutheran Seminary, Colombus, Ohio, and was awarded an Education Doctorate (major in Religion) at Andrews University, Michigan, in 1978. Milton is currently, an Honorary Senior Research Fellow, Avondale College, NSW, and secretary of the Royal Sydney Philatelic Club.
Milton’s biography of Dr Desmond Ford, Desmond Ford: Reformist, Theologian, Revivalist, was published in 2008.