About the The Bible: Cultural Critique and Transformation (2022) course
This module explores the relationship between the way certain biblical texts present reality and how such portrayals can be applied in our current cultural context. We will examine a variety of biblical texts and discuss how our reading of them impacts our actions.
We will also consider how our various cultural starting points shape our understanding and critique of Scripture.
This is a postgraduate course open to ‘auditors’ e.g. those not enrolled for academic credit.
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The Teaching Team
- Dr Eleasah Phoenix Louis’s research focuses on Black Nationalist (Afroasiatic) Religions and their presence and influence on those on the fringes of the Black British Church body.
- Dr Eleanor McLaughlin View bio
- Dr Jayme Reaves View bio
- The Revd Dr Andrew Shamel studies the intersections of theological discourse and narrative. He is interested in how we encounter the world and the self as meaningful and how we engage in imaginative poiesis to effect that encounter. He is Chaplain and Student Welfare Coordinator at Lincoln College, Oxford
- The Revd Lyndon Webb completed his ordination training at Cuddesdon, alongside a BA in Theology and MSt in Modern Doctrine at Oxford, focusing on queer theology, ecology and the Song of Songs. He is a curate at the church of St John the Baptist in Broadstone, Poole.