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Dr P Ward

Lecturer in Youth Ministry and Theological Education, King?s College, London

BA, MA, PhD (King’s College, London)
Lecturer in Youth Ministry and Theological Education, King’s College, London
Formerly: Archbishop of Canterbury’s Adviser for Youth Ministry
Areas: Missiology and youth ministry; theological perspectives on youth ministry; Cultural Theology; worship and the emerging church
Research: Relationship between cultural studies and theology, the emerging church; youth ministry including the doctrine of salvation and youth ministry
Publications: include: ‘Selling Worship’, Milton Keynes: Paternoster (2005) ’Liquid Church’, Peabody, MA: Hendrickson / Carlisle: Paternoster (2002) ’Youthwork and the Mission of God’, London: SPCK (1997) ’Growing Up Evangelical: Youthwork and the Making of a Subculture’ London: SPCK (1996) ’Worship and Youth Culture’, London: Harper Collins (I993)

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