Forgiveness and Restorative Justice
The meaning of ‘forgiveness’ and its role within restorative justice are highly contested. This book offers analysis from practical and...
I am a theologian and church historian within the Catholic tradition, currently employed as Head of Development at the magnificent Durham Cathedral.
Most recently, I published Forgiveness and Restorative Justice (Palgrave Macmillan), together with Myra Blyth and Michael Taylor. We have been considering the epistemic value of Christian theology for understanding and evaluating aspects of restorative justice.
Until recently, I held lectureships in Theology and Medieval Studies within the University of Oxford, where I remain a Senior Member of Regent's Park College.
Now based in the North East of England, I am an Honorary Fellow of the Department of Theology and Religion, Durham, and a Senior Member of St Chad's College. I also hold a visiting lectureship at the Margaret Beaufort Institute of Theology, Cambridge.