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Faculty of Divinity


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Robert Trenckmann

My PhD research focuses on knowledge and illumination in Augustine's affective framework of the soul and the implications of this framework for methods of pedagogy in theological education. My MTh research focused on the theological anthropology of Blaise Pascal and its implications for responding to certain philosophical underpinnings present in dialogue today. In addition to PhD studies at Cambridge, I direct Newton House in Oxford, an international training program for PhD students studying theology, biblical studies, or church history.


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