Philip Sheldrake

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Philip Sheldrake is a theologian who has been closely involved with the emergence of Christian Spirituality as an academic field.[1] Sheldrake is Past President of the International Society for the Study of Christian Spirituality, and was Leech Professor of Applied Theology at Durham University.[1] His publications have focused on the interface of spirituality, theology, and religious history, and he has also written on religious reconciliation.[1]

Sheldrake trained in history, philosophy, and theology at the universities of Oxford and London, and later taught at the Universities of London and Cambridge.[1] Sheldrake is Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, Senior Research Fellow, Cambridge Theological Federation, and Honorary Professor, University of Wales. He has also regularly been a visiting professor in the United States.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c d e Philip Sheldrake biography page at Georgetown University (accessed 22 October 2011)

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