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Sacramental and creaturely tradition

There is much here to which I gladly say Amen, but I am yet to rejoin the Catholic fold and so I still murmur. Professor Lewis Ayres was clear in his stance that the best ecumenical discussions which he has pursued are…

The Safety of Abstraction

As much as I was engaged by the content of Dr. Alistair McFadyen’s seminar, I was even more engaged by his method of embodied reflection. As both a theologian and a police officer, he is uniquely situated to discuss…

On Having Enemies

Our first Theology Research Seminar of 2017 welcomed Dr Alistair McFadyen, Senior Lecturer in Theology, University of Leeds, and author of Bound to Sin: Abuse, Holocaust and the Christian Doctrine of Sin. Dr McFadyen…

Welcome to The Roundel

Welcome to The Roundel, the academic blog for systematic and historical theology at St. Mary’s College. The blog receives its name from the Roundel study space, an office complex provided to postgraduate researchers by…

While you wait…

While we are bringing our blog online, we’ve collected some resources from the St Mary’s (that is, the St Andrews Divinity School’s) graduate community, especially for those applying for PhD studies and wanting to get…

Coming soon: The Roundel

Our PhD group blog is intended to give you a better sense of PhD studies at St Andrews, introduce some of our projects, and eventually include book reviews and other short pieces. It is named after the Roundel, our PhD…