Welcome Home - Ghost Ship

Welcome Home

Posted Posted in church, culture, TheoMisc Blog

A blog post by Revd Azariah France-Williams. A Warm Welcome? There is a myth that black West Indians were invited by the U.K government after WW2 to help rebuild the shattered British landscape. In fact, the government was not willing to have members of the Islands come over. They sent emissaries to the Islands to […]

Levison Holy Spirit

Jack Levison on the Holy Spirit

Posted Posted in WTCLive!

In this WTCLive episode, hosted by Dr. Matt Lynch, Dr. Lucy Peppiatt, and Nick Crawley in a coffee shop in Bristol Old Testament scholar Jack Levison discusses his own journey in discovering more about the Bible and the Holy Spirit. Guest: Jack LevisonSouthern Methodist University Jack holds the W. J. A. Power Chair of Old […]

Bible for Life

Bible For Life

Posted Posted in church, Miscellany, TheoMisc Blog

By Nick Crawley, MA – Church Leader, founder and director of Bible for Life. Nick is an Anglican clergyman with over 25 years experience of church leadership in London, Harare (Zimbabwe), Sheffield, and Bristol. He is a qualified Banker and Investment Analyst and was awarded an MA with merit in Christian Theology from the University […]

Review of Peter Brown, ‘Augustine of Hippo: A Biography’ by Steve Watts

Posted Posted in church, Reviews, TheoMisc Blog

Peter Brown, Augustine of Hippo: A Biography, Forty-Fifth Anniversary Edition (University of California Press, 2000, originally published in 1967), pp. 548. Steve Watts teaches Church History and History of Spirituality at WTC. He is passionate about the creative relationship between Christian belief and culture. Steve completed his PhD in Mediaeval History at the University of St […]

Review of Medieval Christianity: A New History – Kevin Madigan

Posted Posted in church, History, Reviews, TheoMisc Blog

Kevin Madigan, Medieval Christianity: A New History (Yale University Press, 2015). 544 pages. Dr Steven Watts teaches Church History and History of Spirituality at WTC. He is passionate about the creative relationship between Christian belief and culture. Steve completed his PhD in Mediaeval History at the University of St Andrews, and believes there is much […]