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Roger L. Revell

Biography:

Roger comes to Cambridge from Vancouver, Canada, where he served as an Anglican priest while undertaking graduate theological studies. His current research centers on questions of self-development, as this might be theologically conceived. Historically, this project is grounded in the soteriological thought of the early Reformed tradition in its Church of England expression.

Roger's studies are made possible by the Institute for Religion & Culture, The Reid Trust, and The Kennedy Foundation, together with support from Selwyn College.

Subject area and speciality

Christian Theology specialists:

"Becoming What We Are": A Theological Account of Maturing Personhood Informed by the Doctrine of Sanctification 

Research Interests

Theological Retrieval / "Engaged" Systematics 

Reformation Theology

Spiritual Formation / Theological Views of Maturing Personhood

 

 

 

Teaching

Roger supervises the following papers for the faculty:

A5 - The Question of God

B8 - Great Christian Theologians

Other Professional Activities

Society for the Study of Theology

Karl Barth Society 

Calvin Studies Society

Canadian Scientific & Christian Affiliation

 

 

Keywords

  • Early Modern History

Key Publications

Roger has written a variety of reviews for periodicals such as Anvil, The Anglican Theological Review, Crux, the Scottish Journal of Theology, and The Journal of Reformed Theology. He has published several chapters in edited volumes.

Moodle

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