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The History of Theology in Wales My first book was on the eighteenth and early nineteenth century Baptist preacher Christmas Evans, and having spent much of the s and early s doing work on twentieth century themes both in Wales and beyond, I returned to the study of the Welsh religious tradition.
Among my publications was a volume on the nineteenth century Welsh-American theologian R. Thomasa volume entitled Wales and the Word: Reformation and the Bible in The first volume of a two-volume history of Welsh theology Theologia Cambrensis: A History of Protestant Theology in Wales is in preparation, and is scheduled for publication in The Barthian Theology and its Reception The Swiss theologian Karl Barth is generally regarded as the greatest Protestant theologian of the modern age.
An absorbing interest in his work since student days led to an analysis of his multi-volumed Church Dogmatics in the volume Barth and an assessment of his impact on Welsh religion via his disciple, J. The Theology of Culture A third strand of my work has been on the interface between history, theology and creative literature espcially twentieth century poetry in Wales.
I co-operated with the Anglican scholar A. M Allchin to produce Sensuous Glory: Gwenallt Jones while a study of Pennar Daviestheologian, novelist, poet and all-round polymath appeared in Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru,pp.
Y Deugain Mlynedd Hyn: Diwinydda yng Nghymru, [an autobiographical study of theology in Wales since ] Bangor: Gwasg Pantycelyn,pp. Christian Religion and Society in Wales,2nd edition with a new preface, Cardiff: University of Wales Press,pp.
SPCK,pp. Bywyd a Gwaith R. Centre for the Advanced Study of Religion in Wales,pp. The Canterbury Press,pp. Canterbury Press,co-authored with A. Christian Religion and Society in Wales, Cardiff: Ilston Press,pp. Grym y Gair a Fflam y Ffydd: Ysgrifau ar Hanes Crefydd yng Nghymru gan R.
Tudur Jones [ A collection of historical essays by R. Tudur Jones ] Bangor: Word Publications,pp. Arweiniad i Ddysgeidiaeth Gristionogol [ a primer on Christian doctrine] Bangor: Detholiad o Ysgrifau J. Daniel ] Llandysul: Gomer Press,pp. Gee Press,pp. Reformation and the Bible New York: Densil Morgan ac E.
Pickwick Publications,pp.The development of the Welsh Baptist movement, to ; Reformation and the Bible in The first volume () [Biographical and analytical essays on a variety of twentieth century Welsh theologians] (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, ), pp Welsh language supervision is also available for long essays (Exploring Historical Debate) and dissertations, and students may elect to write all or some of their assessed work and examinations in .
My research has focused on the areas of the Reformation, Tudor England, and early Jesuit mtb15.com combined areas of interest led to the publication of Into the Lion's Den: The Jesuit Mission in Elizabethan England and Wales, ().
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The four-year BA History with Welsh History with a Year of Study Abroad offers a unique opportunity to specialise in aspects of Wales's past alongside the study of wider themes and periods as well as to spend a year studying at one of our partner institutions abroad.
Review of Varieties of Southern Religious History: Essays in Honor of Donald G. Mathews, edited by Regina D. Sullivan and Monte Harrell Hampton (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, ), in the North Carolina Historical Review. Submitted and forthcoming in /