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Congratulations to Daniel Tolan on the publication of his article

10 November 2021

Daniel Tolan, a Postdoctoral Research Assistant for the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) Insight Grant ‘The Reception of German Mysticism in Early Modern England’, hosted by the Cambridge Centre for the Study of Platonism , has published an article in the Harvard Theological Review (vol...

Congratulations to Pui Him Ip on the publication of two recent articles

8 November 2021

Pui Him Ip, Associate Course Director at the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion and Affiliated Lecturer at the Faculty, has published two recent articles reconsidering Origen’s legacy in the development of early Christian Trinitarian theology. “‘Arianism’ ante-Litteram in Origen’s Peri Archōn 4.4.1”, Journal of...

William Simpson’s and James Orr’s new book receives endorsements from theologians and philosophers

1 November 2021

31onwg-qt-l._sx313_bo1204203200_.jpg William Simpson (Junior Research Fellow) and James Orr (University Lecturer in Philosophy of Religion) have released a new book, co-edited with Robert Koons (Professor of Philosophy, University of Texas at Austin), called: Neo-Aristotelian Metaphysics and the Theology of Nature . This...

Congratulations to Jamie Boulding on publication of his book

26 October 2021

Jamie completed his PhD under the supervision of Andrew Davison in 2019. He is now working on a Templeton Foundation postdoctoral project, “God and the Book of Nature,” managed by Edinburgh and based at Samford University in the United States. The book is called “The Multiverse and Participatory Metaphysics: A Theological...

The most recent CAM magazine has an article that highlights Daniel Weiss's research in an accessibly-written manner

19 October 2021

The most recent issue of CAM magazine has an article that highlights Daniel Weiss's research in an accessibly-written manner. and a PDF is here:


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