Director of Research
Graham has been on faculty for 26 years: first as Lecturer – then Senior Lecturer - in Systematic Theology, Vice-Principal Academic and presently as Director of Research. Areas of interest orbit the area of trinitarian theology: Christology, Trinity, Pneumatology, Anthropology, Atonement, Personhood, Relational Theology. Graham teaches the following BA Theology modules: Level 4 - Introduction to Theology, God & Creation; Level 5 - Person & Work of Christ, Relational Theology; Level 6 - Person & Work of the Spirit, as well as various project supervisions. He teaches Trinitarian Personhood on the MAiTh and is a an experienced research supervisor with over 23 successful PhD supervisions. He has published various books on Edward Irving as well as on Christology and Pneumatology. He is presently working on a number of projects: an Introduction to Theology text book, Sacrifice & Atonement and Explorations in Relational Theology. In addition to these academic interests, Graham is a passionate enthusiast of Modern Art and uses any excuse to take students, undergrad or postgrad, around Tate Modern, or any art gallery with visual theologies/atheologies to see and discuss! Graham is husband of Hilary, an LBC/LST graduate, and father of Flora, currently studying Modern Languages at Cambridge. Graham and Hilary worship at their local ecclesial laboratory (commonly known a ‘church’) constituted by other believers who use any excuse to have meals together. He is an avid dog walker to Charlie Wills, possibly the shyest Shetland Sheepdog in Norfolk, where they all enjoy walks on deserted golden beaches.
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