Ignaz Maybaum
Ignaz Maybaum (2 March 1897, Vienna - 1976) was a rabbi and 20th century liberal Jewish theologian.
He was born in Vienna in 1897. He studied in Berlin at the Hochschule für die Wissenschaft des J...
Beresford Kidd
Beresford James Kidd (1 January 1864 – 15 May 1948) was an Anglican priest and Church historian, who was Warden of Keble College, Oxford, from 1920 to 1939. He is best known for his History of the Ch...
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Arthur Willink
Arthur Willink (1850-1913) was a nineteenth-century British theologian and clergyman.
His most notable work is The World of the Unseen, a piece in which he argues that the universe consists of thr...
Thomas Coke (bishop)
Thomas Coke (9 September 1747 – 2 May 1814) was the first Methodist Bishop and is known as the Father of Methodist Missions.Born in Brecon, South Wales, his father, Barthomolew, was a well-to-do...
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David Braine (philosopher)
David Braine (born 1940) is a British analytic philosopher with interests in analytic Philosophy of religion and Metaphysics, who seeks to marry the techniques and insights of analytical philosophy an...
Lesslie Newbigin
Bishop James Edward Lesslie Newbigin (8 December 1909 – 30 January 1998) was a British theologian, missiologist, missionary and author. Though originally ordained within the Church of Scotland, ...
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John Gale (theologian)
John Gale (1680–1721) was a British Baptist theologian. He was not widely known until the controversy over William Wall's work on infant baptism appeared.He studied at Leiden University and received ...
Francis Crawford Burkitt
Francis Crawford Burkitt (3 September 1864 – 1935) was a British theologian and scholar. He was Norris Professor of Divinity at the University of Cambridge, from 1905 until shortly before his death. ...
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C. H. Dodd
Charles Harold Dodd (7 April 1884 – 21 September 1973) was a Welsh New Testament scholar and influential Protestant theologian. He is known for promoting "realized eschatology", the belief that Jesus'...
William of Ware
William of Ware (called the Doctor Fundatus; flourished 1290–1305) was a Franciscan friar and theologian, born at Ware in Hertfordshire. He almost certainly studied at Oxford University and lect...
Samuel Drew
Samuel Drew (6 March 1765 – 29 March 1833) was an Cornish Methodist theologian. A native of Cornwall, England, he was nicknamed the "Cornish metaphysician" for his works on the human soul, the nature ...
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Duncan B. Forrester
Duncan B. Forrester (born 10 November 1933 in Edinburgh) is a Scottish theologian and the founder of the Centre for Theology and Public Issues at New College, University of Edinburgh. He is currently...
Daniel Langton
Daniel Langton is Professor of the History of Jewish-Christian Relation in the department of Religions & Theology at the University of Manchester, England. His books include:Claude Montefiore: His...
Uhtred (Benedictine theologian)
Uhtred (also spelled Owtred) was an English Benedictine monk, theologian and writer, born at Boldon, North Durham, about 1315; died at Finchale Abbey, 24 January 1396.He joined the Benedictine communi...
David F. Ford
David Frank Ford (born 23 January 1948, Dublin) is an academic and public theologian. He has been the Regius Professor of Divinity at the University of Cambridge since 1991. His research interests inc...
Derrick Sherwin Bailey
Derrick Sherwin Bailey (30 June 1910–9 February 1984) was an English Christian theologian, born at Alcester in Warwickshire, whose 1955 work Homosexuality and the Western Christian Tradition paved the...
Griffith Griffith
Griffith Wynne Griffith (4 February 1883 – 2 February 1967) was a Welsh Presbyterian minister, who became one of the leaders of the denomination. He was also editor of two journals, a member of...
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Derek Tidball
Derek Tidball is a British theologian, sociologist of religion and Baptist minister. From 1995 to 2007 he was the principal of London Bible College which later took the name London School of Theology....
George Gregory (British writer)
The Rev. George Gregory (14 April 1754 – 12 March 1808) was an English writer, scholar, and preacher in the 18th and early 19th-century Britain. He held a Doctor of Divinity degree.
The son...
H. Wheeler Robinson
The Reverend Henry Wheeler Robinson, known universally as H. Wheeler Robinson, was born on 7 February 1872 at Northampton, United Kingdom and died on 12 May 1945 in Oxford, United Kingdom.
H. Whee...
John McIntyre (theologian)
John McIntyre CVO, FRSE (20 May 1916 – 15 December 2005) was a Scottish minister and theologian.
McIntyre was born in Glasgow on 20 May 1916 into a working-class family; he was the son of a carpen...
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Henry Beeke
Henry Beeke (6 January 1751 – 9 March 1837) was a historian, theologian and writer on taxation and finance.Beeke was elected a scholar of Corpus Christi, Oxford in May 1769. He gained a Bachelor of Ar...
Walter Lock
Walter Lock (14 July 1846 – 12 August 1933) was a British Anglican priest and theologian, who served as Warden of Keble College, Oxford, from 1897 to 1920.
Walter Lock was born on 14 July 1846. H...
John Hewlett
John Hewlett (1762 – 13 April 1844) was a prominent biblical scholar in nineteenth-century Britain.Hewlett was born in Chetnole, Dorset to Timothy Hewlett. After becoming a minister, he was admi...
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Paul Helm
Paul Helm is a British philosopher and theologian. He is a teaching fellow at Regent College, after having served as the first incumbent of the J.I. Packer Chair of Theology there from 2001 to 2005. H...