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Dr Stephen Plant

Dr Stephen Plant

Dean, Trinity Hall


Biography:

Dr Plant is Dean and Runcie Fellow at Trinity Hall and lectures on Christian theology and on ethics in the Faculty of Divinity. He has written and edited several books including Bonhoeffer (Continuum, 2004), The SPCK Introduction to Simone Weil (SPCK 2007) Letters to London (SPCK, 2013) and Taking Stock of Bonhoeffer ( Ashgate, 2014). From 2007-13 he edited the influential journal Theology for SPCK/SAGE. His current research includes theology and international development, on which he is writing a book for Bloomsbury Press, and the theology and life of Karl Barth. He is willing to consider doctoral students in 20th century Protestant theology, theology and international development, and political theology.

Subject area and speciality

Christian Theology specialists:
  • Theology and ethics
  • Theology and international development
Philosophy of Religion specialists:
  • Theology and ethics
  • Theology and international development

College

Trinity Hall:
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