American by birth, but now a permanent resident of the UK, I served for seven years as an Anglican parish priest before returning to Cambridge to read for a PhD. My ministerial education was at Ridley Hall (2002-4), and I also read for an MPhil through Selwyn College - looking at forgiveness and narrative accounts of the self, with special reference to Paul Ricoeur (passed with distinction, and awarded the Divinity Faculty's Senior Theological Studies Prize, 2004). My undergraduate education was at the London School of Theology (1992-5).
Publications, Links, and Resources
'Clones, Princes, and Beautiful Parodies: Rowan Williams' Negative Literary Christology', Literature and Theology, 29.3 (2015), pp. 284-297
'Reproduction and the Body's Grace' in Thinking Again About Marriage: Key Theological Questions, London: SCM, 2016.
Jesus in the Theology of Rowan Williams, forthcoming from T&T Clark/Bloomsbury, November 2016.