Postgraduate Research Students (Junior Fellows - Theology)
Junior Fellows are postgraduate research students registered for doctoral (or MPhil) research through any partner institution who have completed their probationary review. Listed below is the topic of each Fellows' research and the institution where they are registered. Further details about Fellows can be found by clicking on their name. Comments from graduated Junior Fellows are available
Robert Brewis, 'Handley Moule's Understanding of Progressive Sanctification in the Christian Life' (NTC).
Colleen Fitch, ‘Designing Theological Education: A Practical Theology Perspective’ (NTC).
Quinn Gerval, 'Character Transformation as the Goal of Spiritual Formation: Models in Middle-earth' (NTC).
Philip Hamner, 'The Healing Resources of the Spirit: An Examination of the Wesleyan/Holiness Movement through the Lens of the Canonical Theism' (NTC).
Paul A. Hoffman, 'A Critical Assessment of the Practical Theology of the "Urban Missional Engagement" with Particular Reference to Redeemer Presbyterian Church' (NTC).
Trevor Hutton, 'Theology as Mission and Mission as Theology: Rooting the practice of church planting within a Trinitarian theological framework with particular reference to Creation, Context and Community' (Cliff College, PhDMiss).
Jacob Lett, 'A Dramatic Action: Hans Urs von Balthasar's Doctrine of Atonement' (NTC).
Graham Meiklejohn, 'The Emerging Church’s Engagement with Postmodernism and a Critique through Trinitarian Ecclesiology' (NTC).
Kevin J. Navarro, 'Worship as Participation by the Spirit in the Son's Communion with the Father: A Doxological Theology of TF and JB Torrance' (NTC).
Robert C. Pelfrey, ‘The End is the Beginning: Spiritual Formation as Narrative and the Hero’s Journey in John of Ruusbroec’ (NTC).
Andrew Pottenger, 'Imperial and Episcopal Doctrines of Power Under Constantine' (NTC).
JR Woodward, 'The Scandal of Leadership By Example: the Power of Imitation in the Imitation of Resisting and Redeeming the Powers' (NTC).