Friday, August 24, 2007

Why Scotland is the Place for Systematic and Historical Theology

I am proud to announce that HTC has just acquired the talents of Gerald Bray and Paul Helm as part-time lecturers in theology. They will teach in the Master of Reformed Theology course and also supervise Ph.D candidates (contact HTC if you'd like to do a Ph.D under their supervision). The UHI-Millennium Institute news is here and the brief reads:

HTC welcomes new chairs

Professor Paul Helm and Dr Gerald Bray have joined the staff of Highland Theological College UHI in a part-time capacity. Both are well-known scholars in the Reformed tradition with many publications to their names.

Professor Helm is a philosopher who formerly taught at King’s College, London, and at Regents College, Vancouver. Dr Bray taught at Oakhill Theological College in London and more recently at Beeson Divinity School in Birmingham, Alabama. He is currently director of research for the Latimer Trust.

The new chairs will each supervise three or four PhD students and will also teach two MTh modules (or BA hons modules) at HTC.

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