The Revd Professor Mark D. Chapman

The Revd Professor Mark D. Chapman

Professor of the History of Modern Theology, University of Oxford

Vice Principal and Professor of the History of Modern Theology, Ripon College Cuddesdon

Visiting Professor, Oxford Brookes University

Vice-Chair of the Ecclesiological Investigations International Research Network

Research Interests:

Historical Theology from 1750 (Britain, U.S. & Germany); Ecumenism; Ernst Troeltsch and Liberal Theology; History & Theology of Anglicanism; Secularization Theory; Modern Doctrine and Ecclesiology; Political and Social Theory; and Theology in the 1960s; Ernst Troeltsch and Liberal Theology.

  • Eduard Herzog, the Church of England and the "Anglo-American Church"

  • The Fantasy of Reunion: Anglicans, Catholics and Ecumenism, 1833-1882

  • American Catholicity and the National Church: The Legacy of William Reed Huntington

  • The Oxford Movement, Jerusalem and the Eastern Question

  • Ernst Troeltsch: Kierkegaard, compromise and dialectical theology

  • More
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