WTC Faculty

Lucy Peppiatt, PhD

Principal, Systematic Theology

Lucy has been Principal at WTC since 2013. She teaches courses in Christian doctrine and in spiritual formation. She holds bachelor’s degrees in both English and Theology. She completed her MA in Systematic Theology at King’s College, London, and her PhD through the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. Lucy’s research interests are Christ and the Spirit, Charismatic theology, theological anthropology, discipleship, 1 Corinthians, and women in the Bible. Lucy is part of Crossnet Anglican Church in Bristol, which is led by her husband, Nick Crawley. They have four sons and three daughters-in-law.

PhD – Systematic Theology, Otago University, New Zealand 2011
MA – Systematic Theology, King’s College, London 2005
BD – University of London External Programme 2003
Lay Reader Training – Diocese of London, 1990-1993
BA (Hons) – English Literature & Language, University of Birmingham, 1987

  • Rediscovering Scripture’s Vision for Women: Fresh Perspectives on Disputed Texts. IVP Academic, 2019.
  • Unveiling Paul’s Women: Making Sense of 1 Corinthians 11:2-16. Eugene, Or.: Wipf and Stock, 2018.
  • Women and Worship at Corinth: Paul’s Rhetorical Arguments in 1 Corinthians. Eugene, Or.: Wipf and Stock. 2015.
  • The Disciple: On Becoming Truly Human. Eugene, Or: Wipf and Stock, 2012.
  • “Man as the Image and Glory of God and Woman as the Glory of Man: Perspicuity or Ambiguity?” Priscilla Papers 33.3 (2019): 12-18. 
  • “Life in the Spirit: Christ’s and Ours,” in The Christian Doctrine of Humanity. Eds. Oliver D. Crisp and Fred Sanders. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2018, 165-181.
  • “That We May Know Him…,” in Essays on the Trinity. Ed. Lincoln Harvey. Eugene, Or: Cascade, 2018, 63-84.
  • “Women and Worship in Paul’s Churches: Apostles, Prophets, and Teachers.” The Bible and Interpretation, http://www.bibleinterp.com/articles/2017/09/pep418013.shtml September, 2017.
  • “New directions in Spirit Christology: A Foundation for a Charismatic Theology.” Theology 117, no. 1 (2014): 3-10.

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