Robert Brown

Robert Brown

URL

https://www.linkedin.com/in/robert-brown-949423134/ 

Supervisor:

Rev’d Prof. John Barton.

Research:

Insights from Biblical Studies over the last few hundred years have called the validity of the doctrine of divine inspiration (that God ‘inspired' the biblical authors) into question. I seek to explore these insights and thus consider whether the doctrine of divine inspiration is in need of reform.

Research Area:

Biblical Studies: Old and New Testament / Historical and Systematic Theology.

Other research interests:

Hermeneutics.

Academic-related Activities:

Mentor for the charity IntoUniversity (http://intouniversity.org/content/intouniversity-oxford-south-east).

Funding: 

James William Squire Bursary, Crewdson Trust, King’s Theological Trust, Edgar Milward Charity, and self-funding with family support.

About me:

I graduated with a BA (Hons) in Theology, First Class, from the London School of Theology in 2013. I then graduated with an MA in Biblical Studies, Distinction, from King’s College London in 2017. My real interest is in integrating Biblical Studies and Theology so that each can better inform the other.

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