Jenny (England) – 2020

I read Theology as my first degree many years ago and had always maintained my interest  in relating my beliefs to contemporary problems. I started to feel strongly that I would like to study Theology again and looked for a course that would allow me to go more deeply into a variety of areas of … Read more Jenny (England) – 2020

Alison (England) – 2020

I heard about this course at St Andrews when my daughter studied there a few years ago.  Retirement afforded me the opportunity to realise one of my long held ambitions as a Christian, to study theology on the distance learning programme.  However, as a very mature student, at first I was daunted at the prospect … Read more Alison (England) – 2020

Paul (Germany) – 2020

After effectively retiring from a 37 year Engineering career I had the desire to study at a level that would challenge me in a discipline where I had interest, but relatively little knowledge. My search started towards the end of a 6 month volunteer placement in Tanzania which was influential in the choice of subject. … Read more Paul (Germany) – 2020

New issue of our online journal published

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

New book by MLitt alumna – Rachel Welcher

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

New book by MLitt alumnus – Sean McGever

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

New issue of B&CW online journal

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