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Bauckham, Richard – Profile

Richard Bauckham (b. 1946) recently retired as Professor of New Testament at St Andrew’s University is now an Associate Staff member at Ridley Hall in Cambridge . In addition to his writings on New Testament he has written extensively on both historical theology and contemporary theology where he is an expert on Moltmann.   Websites on Bauckham [link-library settings=’2′ categorylistoverride=”635″] Posts on Bauckham on this site           [link-library-addlink settings=2]

Biggar, Nigel – Profile

Nigel Biggar, an ordained Anglican priest, is Regius Professor of Moral and Pastoral Theology at Christ Church, Oxford University where he is also Director of the McDonald Centre for Theology, Ethics & Public Life.. He was previously Professor of Theology & Ethics at Trinity College, Dublin.  He is best known for his writing on Barth’s ethics and the ethics of euthanasia. Websites on Biggar [link-library settings=’2′ categorylistoverride=”551″] Posts on Biggar on this site           [link-library-addlink …

Begbie, Jeremy – Profile

Jeremy Begbie, an ordained Anglican, is Thomas A. Langford Research Professor of Theology at Duke University where he is also Director of Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts.  He has previously held posts at St Andrew’s University and at Ridley Hall, Cambridge.  His area of speciality is Christian doctrine and particularly Christianity and music and the arts. My Library at LibraryThing Websites on Begbie [link-library settings=’2′ categorylistoverride=”456″] Posts on Begbie on this site        

Banner, Michael – Profile

Michael Banner, an ordained Anglican priest, is Dean of Trinity College, Cambridge, He has served as Director of the ESRC Genomics Research Program and F.D. Maurice Professor of Moral and Social Theology at King’s College, London. He has been active on various government commissions, chairing a MAFF Committee of Enquiry on the Ethics of Emerging Technologies in the Breeding of Farm Animals (1993-5) and the Department of Health’s CJD Incidents Panel (2000-3). From 1998 to …