Andrew Atherstone, DPhil, Tutor in History and Doctrine and Latimer Research Fellow, Wycliffe Hall, Oxford

Dr Atherstone’s main research focus is the history of Evangelicalism and Anglicanism from the eighteenth century to the present. He teaches church history at Wycliffe Hall, and is a member of Oxford University’s Faculty of Theology and Religion. He is editor, with David Ceri Jones, of Ashgate’s Studies in Evangelicalism.

Select Publications


Bishop J.C. Ryle’s Autobiography: The Early Years (2016)

The Journal of Bishop Daniel Wilson of Calcutta, 1845-1857 (2015)

Good Disagreement? Grace and Truth in a Divided Church, edited with Andrew Goddard (2015)

Archbishop Justin Welby: Risk-Taker and Reconciler (2014)

Evangelicalism and the Church of England in the Twentieth Century (2014) [as co-editor]

Engaging with Martyn Lloyd-Jones (2011) [as co-editor]

Oxford’s Protestant Spy: The Controversial Career of Charles Golightly (2007)

Current Supervision: Robert Brewis (co-supervisor), Crawford Stevener (co-supervisor)