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Professor Andrew Walker

Emeritus Professor of Theology, Culture & Education

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Contact information:

Email: andrew.g.walker@kcl.ac.uk

 

 

 

 

 

Consultancy

I am at present 'theologian in residence' at St James C of England parish, in Weybridge, Surrey. I am primarily involved in an advisory role in methods of theological education for lay people (although I have also been in consultation with the clergy). I have also taken a day's retreat for the retired clergy of Surrey who were a sophisticated group as the presence of Professor David Martin (emeritus Prof of sociology, LSE) indicates.

Present research interests: 

Spiritual theology as practical theology

Recent Publications:

Books,

A Walker with Luke Bretherton, edits, Remembering Our Future: explorations in Deep Church Paternoster, Milton Keynes, 2007 & Wipf & Stock, Eugene, USA (pp 252).

With R Parry, co-author, Deep Church Rising: The Third Schism and the recovery of Christian orthodoxy. Wipf & Stock, Eugene USA (Cascade Books), London, SPCK 2014 (pp 179).

A. Walker, Notes From a Wayward Son: a miscellany. Wipf & Stock Eugene, USA, 2015 (pp 322).

Chapters in books

A Walker, ‘Recovering Deep Church ‘(p1 - 29) in A Walker with Luke Bretherton, edits, Remembering Our Future: explorations in Deep Church  Paternoster 2007 & Wipf & Stock 2007 (pp 252).

A Walker,’ Deep Church as Paradosis…’ (p59 -80) in A Walker with Luke Bretherton, edits, Remembering Our Future: explorations in Deep Church  Paternoster 2007 & Wipf & Stock (pp 252).

With James Steven, ‘The Charismatic Movement’ entry in The Cambridge Dictionary of Christian Theology, edits Ian A McFarland et al, p94 – 95. Cambridge 2011 (pp549).

A Walker, Interview with Rev Dr. David Hilborn on biographical details, & ,multi disciplinary approaches to religion ( p175 – 193) in M Percy & P Ward, edits, The Wisdom of the Spirit: gospel, Church and Culture, Ashgate 2014 (pp 216).

In preparation

With Andy Kinsey, Mission & evangelism in the work of Prof William Abraham (a contribution to his forthcoming festschrift).

Other

C S Lewis & Deep Church Online article, St Mellitus College, London, June 2014 (www.stmellitus.ac.uk).

What is an Anglican? An article in 2 parts, St James Parish Magazine, September & October 2016.

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