By Dr Valerie Hobbs. Valerie is Senior Lecturer in Applied Linguistics at the University of Sheffield. Her book, An Introduction to Religious Language, will be published by Bloomsbury in January, 2021. Guest blogs are invited to stimulate thought and comment.
Guest blog post by Hannah Kate Capey. Hannah graduated from the University of Bristol in 2019 with a degree in Philosophy and Theology. She is currently undertaking a Masters in Theology and Religious Studies at KU Leuven, Belgium. Hannah has
By R.L. Stollar. Ryan is an advocate for children and abuse survivors and a child liberation theologian. Ryan has an M.H.S. in Child Protection from Nova Southeastern University, an M.A. in Eastern Classics from St. John’s College, and a B.A.
By Matthew Feldman. Professor Feldman is a specialist on fascist ideology and the far-right in Europe and the USA. He has written widely on these subjects, for both academic and general audiences. He has long researched the interaction between politics and
by Mark Warner.Mark is a ‘retired’ BUGB minister with extensive experience in media, local church and mission organisations. He has a passion for the Anabaptist approach to discipleship, especially regarding non-violence. When he is not pursuing his MA at Bristol
Thomas Yoder Neufeld, Jesus and the Subversion of Violence: wrestling with the New Testament evidence (London: SPCK, 2011) Guest blogs are invited to stimulate thought and comment. They do not necessarily reflect the view of the Centre for the Study
Emily Taylor is a second year student at Emmanuel Bible College in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, studying towards a Bachelor of Religious Education. As part of the assessment for her ‘Historical Books’ class, she wrote a poem called Dear Sisters. This
William Ford is Lecturer in Old Testament and Hebrew at Belfast Bible College. This blog post is based on his book God, Pharaoh and Moses: Explaining the Lord’s Actions in the Exodus Plagues Narrative (Milton Keynes: Paternoster, 2007). His current
Andy Angel is the vicar of St Andrew’s Church in Burgess Hill, UK and lectured in Anglican theological colleges for many years. He is the author of Playing with Dragons: Living with Suffering and God (Cascade: 2014) and more recently
Ashley Hibbard lives in Canada and has been studying for the last few years with Trinity College, Bristol, towards a PhD in the Old Testament. She will be defending her thesis shortly. Guest blogs are invited to stimulate thought and comment.