Reflections of an Anglican Theologian
My name is Martin Davie. I am a lay Anglican theologian and I have taught at universities and theological colleges and worked at Church House, London for the Church of England’s House of Bishops and Council for Christian Unity.
I have represented the Church of England in a number of conversations with other churches and written or contributed to numerous books and articles on systematic theology, church history and ecclesiology. My most recent book is Transgender Liturgies – Should the Church of England develop liturgical materials to mark gender transition? (Latimer Trust 2017).
I am currently a freelance theological consultant. I do work for the Church of England Evangelical Council, Latimer Trust and the Oxford Centre for Religion and Public Life and I am Associate Tutor in Doctrine at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford.
I am married to Alyson, who is a parish priest and we have a son who has a degree in journalism .
This blog will be a reflection on matters theological from an Anglican viewpoint, with a particular emphasis on current developments in the Church of England and the Anglican Communion.