On Wednesday 04 October Rt Revd Dr Graham Tomlin is speaking on the subject of 'The Reformation – Past, Present and Future' as part of our McDonald Lecture Series 2017.
The Right Revd Dr Graham Tomlin is Bishop of Kensington and President of St Mellitus College. Graham was a curate in Exeter, Chaplain of Jesus College Oxford, and tutor in Historical Theology at Wycliffe Hall, where he eventually became Vice Principal. In 2005 he helped found St Paul’s Theological Centre, which is now part of St Mellitus College. He mainly teaches historical theology, particularly specialising in the Patristic and Reformation periods. He is the author of many articles and several books, including ‘The Power of the Cross: Theology and the Death of Christ in Paul, Luther and Pascal’ (Paternoster 1997), ‘The Provocative Church’ (SPCK 2002), 'Luther and his World’ (Lion 2002), ‘Spiritual Fitness: Christian Character in a Consumer Culture’ (Continuum 2006), ‘The Prodigal Spirit’ (SPTC 2011), 'Looking Through The Cross' (Bloomsbury 2014) and most recently, ‘The Widening Circle – Priesthood as God’s way of blessing the world’ (SPCK 2014). Graham is married to Janet and has two grown-up children. He is a keen follower of various kinds of music and sport, especially football, rugby and cricket.
Admission Free | Wednesday 21 June | Doors 6.45pm | Lecture 7.15pm | Finish 9pm
St Mellitus College | 24 Collingham Road | London | SW5 0LX
For more information visit www.stmellitus.ac.uk/mcdonaldlectures2017.
This lecture series has been enabled through a generous donation from the McDonald Agape Foundation, in partnership with St Mellitus College.