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Prof Stephen Williams

Professor of Systematic Theology, Union Theological College, Institute of Theology, Queen's College, Belfast


MA (Oxon), MA (Cantab), PhD (Yale)
Professor of Systematic Theology, Union Theological College, Institute of Theology, Queen's College, Belfast
Formerly: Assistant Director, Whitefield Institute for Theological Research, Oxford
Areas: Philosophy of Religion, including a recent work on Nietzsche
Publications: ‘The Sovereignty of God’ in Bruce L. McCormack (ed.), ‘Engaging the Doctrine of God’. Baker Academic 2008. ‘Jesus is Lord – of a Pluralist World? The Uniqueness and Universality of Christ’ in Angus Morrison, ‘Tolerance and Truth: the Spirit of the Age or the Spirit of God?’ Edinburgh: Rutherford House 2007. ‘On Religion and Revelation’, Books & Culture 12.6. ‘Bacon’; ‘Hegel’; ‘Lessing’; ‘Niebuhr’; ‘Rousseau’; ‘Schopenhauer’; ‘Universalism’; ‘Voltaire’ in ‘New Dictionary of Christian Apologetics’. Leicester: IVP 2006. ‘The Shadow of the Antichrist: Nietzsche’s Critique of Christianity’. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic Press 2006. ‘The Limits of Love and the Logic of Hope: essays on eschatology and social action’ Vancouver: Regent Publications 2006. ‘Revelation’ in Kevin J. Vanhoozer (ed.), ‘Dictionary for Theological Interpretation of the Bible’. Grand Rapids: Baker 2005. ‘The Significance of Nietzsche’, Whitefield Briefing (9.4) 2004. ‘Providence’ in T.D.Alexander & Brian Rosner eds. ‘New Dictionary of Biblical Theology’. Leicester: IVP 2000. John Locke in T.Hart ed., ‘Dictionary of Historical Theology’. Carlisle: Paternoster 2000

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