A significant part of my journey has been my time spent formally studying theology academically. I studied for my undergraduate degree in Theology at the London School of Theology, graduating in June 2014 with a First Class BA Hons Theology. I then spent two years studying for a research MTh on the vicarious humanity of Christ, which in the event I did not complete. Between 2016-2018 I studied at St John’s College, Durham, as a part of Cranmer Hall where I was undertaking my ordination training. January 2019 I formally graduated with a Master of Arts in Theology and Ministry, with Merit.
Throughout my time I naturally have written a variety of essays for the different modules and I’ve posted a selection of those essays. These are not necessarily my final opinions and conclusions but are representative of an aspect of my theological growth and the development of my own writing style.
Feel free to ask questions or to add your thoughts in the comments.
BA – London School of Theology
- Is Paul’s Attitude to the Law in Romans Different to that found in Deuteronomy?
- Exploring the theme of ‘Creation and New Creation’ in Isaiah 40-55 and the Gospel of John
- Greek Exegesis of Matthew 7:1-6
- What sort of clues do we have as to the Authorship of Hebrews?
MA – St John’s College/Cranmer Hall
- Why am I an Anglican?
- Analyse the theological, ecclesial and contextual basis of the Ordination of Deacons
- The Eucharistic Sacramentalities of the Prayer books of 1549, 1552 and 1662.
- Exegesis of Psalm 23, and comment on its suitable use in Christian Ministerial Contexts