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Prof Adrian Thatcher

Professor of Applied Theology and Director, Centre for Theology and Philosophy, College of St Mark and St John, Plymouth


BA(Oxon), MA(Oxon), DPhil(Oxon)
Professor of Applied Theology and Director, Centre for Theology and Philosophy, College of St Mark and St John, Plymouth;
Also: Professorial Research Fellow in Applied Christian Theology, University of Exeter
Formerly: Professor of Applied Theology and Director, Centre for Theology and Philosophy, College of St Mark and St John, Plymouth
Areas: Theological ethics, especially questions relating to marriage and sexuality; modern theology and theology of education; hermeneutics
Research: The Savage Text, Blackwell Manifestos Series, forthcoming, 2008
Publications: 12 books, numerous chapters, journal articles and published papers. ‘Living Together and Christian Ethics’ Cambridge, CUP (2002). ‘Celebrating Christian Marriage’, Edinburgh: T&T Clark (ed.,2001). ‘Marriage after Modernity- Christian Marriage in Postmodern Times’ Sheffield, Sheffield Academic Press (1999). ‘Spirituality and the Curriculum’ London: Cassell (ed.,1999). ‘People of Passion - What the Churches Teach about Sex’ London: Mowbray (co-author, 1997) ‘Liberating Sex: A Christian Sexual Theology’ London: SPCK (1993)

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