Symposium: Religion & Philosophy in Germany, 1918 – 1933

Prof. Thomas Pfau (Duke University) and I are convening a small symposium on Religion & Philosophy in Germany, 1918-1933, at Duke University in November. Please see the symposium website for more information. Spaces are very limited, but if you are interested,...

Oxford Handbook of 19th-Century Christian Thought

OUP has just announced the Oxford Handbook of Nineteenth-Century Christian Thought, to be published in June 2017, on which Joel Rasmussen, Johannes Zachhuber and I have been working for the last four years. Visit the catalogue or see the Table of Contents below. Table...

New website for Systematic Theology at St Andrews

We’ve been working on a brand-new website for Systematic & Historical Theology at St Andrews. Read about our programmes, activities, and people, and browse pictures and video: https://theology.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk....

School of Divinity video

With Alex Shaw Photography, we have recently created a short film about St Mary’s College, the Divinity School of St Andrews. Have a...

Theology & Arts Initiatives

In September, St Vladimir’s Seminary (New York) hosted an unscripted workshop of a dozen scholars to think through the possibilities for a Sacred Arts Initiative within the Orthodox Church. Participants included composer Ivan Moody, iconographer George Kordis,...

Reading Group on C.S. Lewis, The Abolition of Man

From April to June, John Perry and I are convening a reading group on C.S. Lewis’s The Abolition of Man for graduates and faculty in theology, philosophy and literature at the University of St Andrews. We will meet once per week, and read through the book...

Beholding the Glory: Poetry, Science and Theology in Conversation

Everyone is warmly invited to a podium discussion on science, poetry and theology in conversation, featuring Micheal O’Siadhail (poet), N.T. Wright (biblical scholar), Eric Priest (physicist), and Judith Wolfe (theologian). The popular image of the scientist in...