P.H. Brazier (Ph.D., KCL, 2005)
Paul Brazier lives in Wimbledon, London, England. Born in Evesham, Worcestershire (1954) into a market gardening family, he worked for the Forestry Commission on Bredon Hill and the North Cotswolds; after graduating from art college he went into teaching. He married Hilary Whitworth in 1983; they have attended a Church of England church in West Wimbledon for the last 32 years.
He holds degrees in Fine Art (B.A. 1977), Education (M.Phil. 1990), and Systematic Theology (M.A. 2001 and Ph.D. 2005, King’s College London). His doctoral work focused on the influence of Dostoevsky on the young Karl Barth’s doctrine of sin and atonement (Barth & Dostoevsky, Paternoster 2008). He has taught extensively at a variety of institutions from the late 1970s on. Originally teaching in British Art Colleges over thirty years ago (Art History and Education. Heinemann 1985), he moved into inner-city urban priority area primary school teaching on South London estates following on from becoming a Christian in 1980. He is the editor of the late Colin E. Gunton's The Barth Lectures (Continuum, T&T Clark, 2007) and Revelation and Reason: Prolegomena to Systematic Theology (Continuum, T&T Clark, 2009); he has also published numerous articles and reviews in theological and philosophical journals. Recently he undertook the graphic design work for the production of Perelandra the Opera in Oxford; also the design work and typesetting for the Journal of Inklings Studies, The Evangelical review, The Journal of Messianic Jewish Studies and other journals.
For the last sixteen years, Paul Brazier has been the full-time caregiver for his wife Hilary, who has epilepsy.
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JUDITH E. WOLFE is Director of Studies in Theology at St John's College in the University of Oxford, where she teaches systematic and philosophical theology. She holds a B.A. in literature and philosophy from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, an M.Phil in early modern literature from Oxford, and an M.A. and D.Phil in philosophical theology, also from Oxford. Her doctoral research was on Heidegger's secular eschatology (Continuum, due 2013). Her general research interests are in Christian eschatology. A former President of the Oxford University C.S. Lewis Society, Judith is also founding General Editor of The Journal of Inklings Studies.
BRENDAN N. WOLFE has co-authored several studies with Judith Wolfe (C.S. Lewis and the Church, also, C.S. Lewis's "Perelandra": Reshaping the Image of the Cosmos). He is the Executive Editor of The Journal of Inklings Studies, and has published widely in journals. He is a fellow of Wolfson College Oxford. Brendan is a past President and Secretary of the Oxford C. S. Lewis Society. A DPhil candidate in Late Antique studies and historical linguistics at the University of Oxford, he is a regular contributor to the Bryn Mawr Classical Review.
The Very Revd. Dr. JUSTYN TERRY is Dean and President of Trinity School for Ministry, and Associate Professor of Systematic Theology, he teaches in the department of Theology, Ethics, and Church History. Justyn received his B.A. from Keble College Oxford, 1986, a B.A. from St. John's, Durham, in 1995, and his Ph.D. from King's College London, in 2003. Research interests are contemporary theology, especially that of P.T. Forsyth, Emil Brunner and Karl Barth; Evangelical theology and its articulation in the light of its critics; and the theology and preaching of the doctrine of the atonement. His doctoral work was on, The Justifying Judgement of God: A Reassessment of the Place of Judgement in the Saving Work of Christ (Paternoster, 2006). He has also written on the theology of
Colin E. Gunton (Harvey, 2012). As an Anglican he is particularly aware of the difficulties and dilemmas in the Church of England today, and often speaks on such matters, also on the theology of Martin Luther, John Calvin, Karl Barth, and of Anglican Divines like Thomas Cranmer, John Jewel, William Perkins, Richard Hooker, Lancelot Andrewes, Charles Simeon, John Wesley, Dorothy L. Sayers, C.S. Lewis, on so forth.
STEPHEN R. HOLMES is Senior Lecturer in Systematic Theology at St Mary's College, the University of St Andrews, he teaches historical and systematic theology, and homiletics. His research is broadly focused on Christian theology in its classic forms, including both its history and contemporary expression. He studies Evangelical Christianity, particularly its theological commitments. He has written on such central topics as the doctrine of Scripture and the atonement. His concerns are often with the historical and geographical variety of Evangelical theology, and with patterns of contemporary renewal. He is also interested in Baptist theology, and has written on Baptist accounts of church and ministry, and represented Baptist denominations on ecumenical bodies. Both these traditions can trace roots to English Puritanism, a tradition that interests him. In recent work he is particularly interested in the doctrine of God, and how the Trinity relates to philosophical ideas of God in history (in particularly the church fathers) and is concerned with the doctrine of salvation, particularly atonement. Steve speaks regularly at Christian conferences and at ministers' meetings, leads church retreats, and so forth. He publishes at a popular as well as an academic level, and often offers theological consultancy to Christian organisations. Steve is editor of the International Journal of Systematic Theology (www.ijst.org) and is Chair of the Theology and Public Policy Advisory Commission of the Evangelical Alliance UK, a council member, Evangelical Alliance UK, and is on the editorial board of Baptistic Theologies, among many other involvements. Steve received his B.A. and M.A. from Peterhouse, Cambridge, and M.Th. from Spurgeon's College London, and his Ph.D. from King’s College London.
ROBIN PARRY is a Christian theologian best known for editing and writing (both as himself and under the pseudonym 'Gregory MacDonald'). Robin Parry completed a PhD on Genesis 34 while teaching at Worcester Sixth Form College (in the UK) for eleven years. He then worked in publishing - Paternoster (UK) from 2001, and since 2010 for Wipf & Stock (Eugene, Oregon, USA).
As an evangelical he has written widely - for example, Worshipping Trinity (2005). He has also tackled the, for some controversial, topic of universalism; for example, The Evangelical Universalist (2006), and, Universal Salvation? The Current Debate (2003). However, this should also be considered alongside his classic commentary on Lamentations.
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BRIAN HORNE, who was educated in South Africa, England and the United States, was an English literature scholar before becoming a theologian. He was for many years a lecturer in systematic theology at Kings College, University of London. His principal interests are the work of Dante Alighieri, Charles Williams, the relation between the arts and religion, also, ecclesiology, and medieval history. He is the chairman of the Charles Williams Society and is also on the editorial board of the Anglo-American literary journal, Seven. In a long and distinguished career, his publications include the books, A World to Gain (1983), Imagining Evil (1996) and his edited volume of essays on Charles Williams: Charles Williams: A Celebration (1986). He has also contributed essays to: Heaven and Earth: Essex Essays in Theology and Ethics (1986), Istina Trimistelle (1990), A Dictionary of Biblical Interpretation (1990), Persons Human and Divine (1993), The Oil of Gladness (1993), Trinitarian Theology Today (1995), God and Freedom (1995), Order and Ministry (1995), The Companion Encyclopaedia of Theology (1996), The Rhetoric of Vision (1996), Jesus in History, Thought and Culture (2003). He co-edited with Andrew Linzey 'Prisoners of Hope', a collection of sermons by Sydney Evans (Lutterworth Press, 1990).
His works included a series of “Tracts for the Eighties”. For example,
Brian Horne; John Halliburton; Harry Reynolds Smythe; Church Union (Great Britain). Theological Committee, Where do we go from here? : issues in Anglican Authority and Communion. London: Published for the Church Union Theological Committee by the Church Literature Association, 1990.
Brian Horne, A question of Priesthood. Birmingham: Additional Curates Society, 1985.
Brian Horne, A question of Authority, Birmingham: Additional Curates Society, 1985
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