Bible and the Contemporary World Vol 2, No. 2 (2020) has been published today. Nicky Bull, ‘The Green Gospel.’ Jenny Lunn, ‘The Common Good and Social Care of Older Adults in England.’ Gray Gardner, ‘Pixelated Preachers.’ Robert J. Phillips, ‘Left Behind: An Overview and Critique.’ David Conway, ‘Troubled Children.’ More information on the journal, which … Read more New issue of our online journal published
Rachel Joy Welcher (MLitt, 2018) will be publishing Talking Back to Purity Culture Rediscovering Faithful Christian Sexuality in November 2020. Rachel’s book has its genesis in her MLitt dissertation she wrote as part of this programme. Her publisher, InverVarsity Press, describe this significant contribution to pastoral and practical theology: The generation born into evangelical purity … Read more New book by MLitt alumna – Rachel Welcher
The deadline for submitting an application to start the programme in January 2021 is 30 November 2020. The module in that semester will be ‘The Bible and Contemporary Issues’. Application portal.
The study week in early September for the next modules: Theology and the Arts and Dissertation will now be wholly online in order to avoid bringing participants from across the UK and the world for just a few days with the current pandemic very much a live issue into the autumn. Full details are at: Study … Read more Autumn study week now wholly online
Dr Sean McGever (MLitt, 2013) has recently published Born Again: The Evangelical Theology of Conversion in John Wesley and George Whitefield. Sean argues that the gospel message is simple but not simplistic. In this theological account of conversion, he explores how learning the gospel and its implications is a lifelong process, and reflects on the view … Read more New book by MLitt alumnus – Sean McGever
The second issue our new open-access online journal ‘Bible and the Contemporary World’ is now available. Contents Andreas Klasen, ‘Modern Franciscan Leadership’ Victoria John-Wawa, ‘The Contemporary Relevance of Jesus’s Messages to the Churches in Asia’ C. David Baker, ‘The Word and Words’ A review, by William Hyland, of ‘The Book of Revelation and the Church … Read more New issue of B&CW online journal
Modules for September 2020, January 20201 and now September 2021 and January 2022 are advertised on the University’s admissions portal. Check them out here. This lets you see what your whole programme of study could be if you start on 31 August 2020 or 18 January 2021. Applications for entry in September 2020 are open until … Read more Forthcoming modules are announced for 2020-21 and now 2021-2022
Daniel Rentfro jr (MLitt, 2016) has published The Law of Freedom: Justice and Mercy in the Practice of Law. Daniel examines the legal and theological roots of the concept of equity, and the implications that the diminishment of equity as a legal concept has for the moral dilemmas faced by the practicing lawyer. Meditating on … Read more New book by MLitt alumnus
We took the occasion of the 2019 reunion of distance learning alumni to launch our new open-access online journal that will provide programme graduates with a publication option for their dissertations and module papers. Titled “Bible and the Contemporary World,” the journal is the official publication of the MLitt “Bible and the Contemporary World” programme at … Read more Online journal launched
Modules for 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 are now advertised on the University’s admissions portal. Check them out here. Applications for entry in September 2019 are open until 13 July 2019 [extended from June].