Dr Meg Warner
Visiting Research Fellow
Address: Department of Theology & Religious Studies, Room 3.11, King's College London, Virginia Woolf Building, 22 Kingsway, LONDON, WC2B 6LE
Meg Warner is a specialist in Old Testament/Hebrew Bible, and brings her backgrounds in biblical studies and law together in a particular focus on the Torah, and especially Genesis. She completed her doctoral studies, on editing in the Abraham narratives, at University of Divinity in her native Australia but is now based in London. Meg also has expertise in the area of Anglican Studies, having worked as Executive/Research Assistant to the Anglican Primate of Australia.
- Biblical Law in Narrative
- Anglican Studies
Expertise and Public Engagement
‘The Holiness School in Genesis?’, in Roy Gane and Ada Cohen-Taggar (Eds), Current Issues in Priestly and Related Literature: The Legacy of Jacob Milgrom and Beyond (Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature) (forthcoming)
‘“Set in Tradition and History”: Gen 2:24 and the Marriage Debate’ in Alan Cadwallader (Ed), Pieces of Ease and Grace (Adelaide: ATF, 2013) 1-16
‘Keeping the Way of YHWH: Righteousness and Justice in Gen 18-19’ in Diana Lipton (Ed), Universalism and Particularism at Sodom and Gomorrah: Essays in Memory of Ron Pirson (Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2012) 113-126
‘Were The Sodomites sodomites?’ in Nigel Wright (Ed), Five Uneasy Pieces: Essays on Scripture and Sexuality (Adelaide: ATF, 2011) 1-9
In addition to teaching and scholarly research, Meg has been active within the Anglican Church of Australia as Licensed Lay Minister, Member of General Synod and in conducting bible studies, study days and retreats for parishes, dioceses and for the national church.