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UK Fellow, Section H2, Theology and Religious Studies, elected in 2002

Revd Professor David Brown FBA

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About this Fellow

Theology and the Arts, Philosophical Theology, Christian Doctrine

Website: http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/divinity/rt/staff/dwb21/

Appointments

Current post

  • Emeritus Professor of Theology, Aesthetics and Culture, and Wardlaw Professor, University of St Andrews

Past Appointments

  • Fellow and Tutor in Theology and Philosophy, Oriel College University of Oxford, 1976 - 1990
  • University Lecturer in Theology, University of Oxford, 1976 - 1990
  • Professor of Theology, Aesthetics and Culture, University of St Andrews, 2008 - 2016
  • Van Mildert Professor of Divinity, University of Durham, 1990
  • Van Mildert Professor of Divinity, University of Durham, Kings College University of Durham, 1990 - 2008
  • Fellow and Tutor in Theology and Philosophy at Oriel College, Oxford, Oriel College University of Oxford, 1976 - 1990
  • Emeritus Professor of Theology, Aesthetics and Culture, and Wardlaw Professor, University of St Andrews, University of St Andrews, 2016

British Academy Appointments

  • Member of Council, 2008 - 2011

Publications

God and Mystery in Words God and Mystery in Words 2008

God and Grace of Body God and Grace of Body 2006

God and Enchantment of Place God and Enchantment of Place 2004

La tradition kénotique dans la théologie britannique La tradition kénotique dans la théologie britannique 2010

The divine trinity 1985

Continental philosophy and modern theology 1987

Tradition and imagination; Discipleship and imagination (2 vols) 1999, 2000

Other Theology and Religious Studies Fellows

Professor Garth Fowden

Intellectual currents and imperial horizons in the first millennium CE, from Augustus to Avicenna, Central Asia to the Atlantic. Emergent Islam in its late antique context

Professor Natalio Fernández Marcos

Text Criticism of the Hebrew Bible; Philology of the Septuagint and Cognate Studies; Hellenistic Judaism; Humanism and Scriptural Interpretation of Renaissance Spain

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