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Philip Moller SJ


Philip Moller SJ took a BA in International Studies and an LLB(Hons) at the University of Adelaide, Australia, before practising as a solicitor in the corporate insolvency litigation field. He subsequently completed M Div, MTS, and MA(Theol) degrees at the University of Divinity in Melbourne, where he was supervised by Professor Gerald O’Collins SJ. Before coming to Cambridge, he undertook the two year Licentiate in Sacred Theology (STL) at Boston College. He is now a second year PhD candidate under the supervision of Professor Sarah Coakley.

Philip is a member of the Australian Province of the Society of Jesus, and an Assistant Chaplain at Fisher House, which is the Catholic chaplaincy of the University of Cambridge.

Subject area and speciality

Christian Theology specialists:

Human Knowledge of God and the Philosophical Theology of Henri de Lubac SJ: A Reassessment.

Philosophy of Religion specialists:

Philosophical and Fundamental Theology.

Human Knowledge of God and the Philosophical Theology of Henri de Lubac SJ: A Reassessment.


St John's College:
Committee member of the Samuel Butler Room (MCR).


Key Publications

'What Should They Be Saying About Biblical Inspiration: A Note on the State of the Question', Theological Studies 74 (2013) 605-31.

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Film Competition Winners Announced

Feb 27, 2017

School students demonstrated their passion for the subject in creative and sensitive films for the 2016 Cambridge Religion on Film Competition.

Research news: astrobiology, and Zion in South Africa

Feb 24, 2017

Read about exciting research in the Faculty of Divinity, with three lecturers currently away on research trips in very different places, looking at very different things.

New book to encourage sixth-formers to consider studying theology

Feb 23, 2017

Stephen Cherry, The Dean of King’s College, Cambridge has this week published a book, 'God-Curious: Asking Eternal Questions'.

Open Afternoon for potential applicants

Feb 20, 2017

The next Open Afternoon for our undergraduate course is on Monday 24th April. Bookings now open!

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