Dr Richard Burgess is a Senior Lecturer in Ministerial Theology. He has experience of teaching theology in Nigeria and the United Kingdom. His current research focuses on expressions of Pentecostal/Charismatic Christianity in Africa and the African diaspora, and the interface between religion, conflict and public life.
Dr David Clark is a Lecturer in Ministerial Theology. He has served as a missionary in Mexico and Ecuador, and has a directed a missional training centre in the USA. His primary research interest is focused on the idea of communal identity formation, and finds expression in projects involving historical theology, developing-world hermeneutics, the theology of prayer, and missiology.
Dr Ashley Cocksworth is a Senior Lecturer in Theology and Practice. His research interests gather around the interaction between Christian doctrine and everyday Christian practices, with a particular interest in theologies of prayer. He publishes in the area of systematic theology and convenes the Research Group in Theology, Religion and Practice.
Revd Dr Daniel Eshun is the Dean of Chapel at Whitelands College and Associate Vicar at Holy Trinity Parish Church, Roehampton. He teaches Biblical Studies, Ethics, Psychology of Forgiveness, Christian Spirituality, and Theologies from World Christianity. His research interests include the impact of theological education upon students preparing for Christian ministry and Christian leadership in an African context.
Dr John Moxon is a Principal Lecturer in Biblical Studies. His research interests include early Jewish Christianity and revelatory and other charismatic phenomena in the Graeco- Roman world. He is a personnel advisor for the mission agency BCMS Crosslinks.
Dr R. David Muir is a Senior Lecturer in Ministerial Theology and Public Theology. David’s research interests include political/ public theology, critical theory and apologetics. He was previously the director of Public Theology and Public Policy at the Evangelical Alliance.
Dr Andrew Rogers is a Principal Lecturer in Practical Theology. His research interests include congregational hermeneutics, Bible and practical theology, faith and place, and diaspora Pentecostal churches. Andrew convenes the FdA and BTh in Ministerial Theology.
Dr Clare Watkins is a Reader in Ecclesiology and Practical Theology, with a specialism in the theology of church, sacraments and ministries. She works extensively in ecumenical theology, and is the co-originator of Theological Action Research.