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Faculty of Divinity



Systematic Theology; Partistic Theology; Ecumenism and World Christianity; Augustine of Hippo; Prayer; Trinitarian Theology; Liturgical Theology; Anglicanism; Theological Method; Theological Education


Key publications: 

Book Reviews

Théories et pratiques de la prière à la fin de l’Antiquité. Edited by Philippe Hoffmann & Andrei Timotin (Turnhout: Brepols, 2020) in Augustiniana (forthcoming).

“Corporate Prayer and the Complexity of Tradition.” Essay in review of Prayer After Augustine, by Jonathan Teubner, Syndicate Journal, Forthcoming. 

Other publications: 

“Herbert’s Prayer I and Augustine’s Christology” in Noesis: Theology, Philosophy, Poetics. Issue 7 (Easter Term 2020), 34-41. [Graduate Journal at the Divinity Faculty, University of Cambridge]

Teaching and Supervisions


Towers of Faith Online Seminars – Guest Speaker (May 2020)

Title: ‘Augustine: An Invitation to Prayer’.

 Sutton Trust Summer School – Lecturer (August 2019)

Title: ‘The Christian Doctrine of Prayer’.

Wesley House Research Seminar – Presenter (March 2019)

Topic: The intersections between trinitarian theology and prayer. 

The Cathedral and Abbey Church of St Alban – Occasional Tutor

I continue to support the Cathedral’s Study Centre, by working as a visiting tutor. I have thus far taught: a study day on Karl Barth's Doctrine of Prayer, three 5-week courses of New Testament Greek, a further introductory study day on New Testament Greek, a week of the Greek Summer School (at intermediate level), a 5-week course on the theology of Augustine of Hippo, and a study day on Augustine’s City of God as part of the Cathedral’s 2018 series on matters of war and peace.

 Kirsty  Borthwick

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