Research seminars

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Thursday 21 April 2016

  • Paul Kim, ‘Three insights towards missio Dei from Korean missionaries’ experience in England’
  • Omari Hutchinson, ‘The church as the castle and its garden the erotic’
  • Helen Stanton, Writing to Order – some ethical issues in commissioned qualitative research’
  • Leão Neto, ‘What can be learned from previous Circuit Mergers in the London District of the Methodist Church?’

Tuesday 10th March 2016

  • David Spiers, ‘Revival and Revolution: John Wesley on Liberty and its contemporary relevance to British Methodism’.
  • Jenny Morgans, ‘In what ways do Christian women students experience transition at university? Some findings’.
  • Nicola Slee, ‘Research as transformative spiritual practice’.

Friday 5 February 2016

  • David Lees, ‘The crucifixion and the Enemy of the Jews: Characterisation and text in Matthew’s passion’.
  • Debbie Dulcille, 'Rediscovering triune koinonia through an African lens, and its implications within a Western contemporary church context’. 
  • Revd Dr Richard Sudworth, ‘Current Theological Streams Informing Christian Understandings of Law and Ethics in Relation to Islam’.

Thursday 3 December 2015

  • Professor Tom Greggs, ‘The Catholic Spirit of Protestantism: The Third Article, Visible Unity and Ecumenism’.
  • Andrea Hill, ‘Mark’s use of Old Testament allusions in his Transfiguration account: An exegesis of Mark 9:3b’.
  • Workshop: 'Methodology and Methods in Theological Research’ led by Nicola Slee, with Fran Porter and Dirk-Martin Grube. 

Thursday 5th November 2015

  • Sin Ai Kim, 'A Theological Analysis of Gender Power relationship among Korean Women Missionaries'. 
  • David McMillan, 'How a concept such as "convictions" can become a methodology and avoiding the "hair spray effect" in academic research'.
  • Workshop: 'Coding and analysing qualitative data', led by Fran Porter.
  • Workshop: 'Developing your research proposal', led by Nicola Slee.