London School of Theology
The London School of Theology (LST) is an English interdenominational evangelical theological college based in Northwood within the London Borough of Hillingdon. LST is one of the largest evangelical theological colleges in Europe, with an extensive theological library.
LST was founded in the 1940s as the London Bible College and was originally situated on Baker Street in central London. In 1970 the college moved to Northwood on a campus previously occupied by the London College of Divinity, an Anglican institution. The 1990s saw the opening of a new postgraduate centre, the Guthrie Centre, which also houses the Centre for Islamic Studies. In 2004 the name of the college was changed to the London School of Theology.
Its faculty has included New Testament scholars Donald Guthrie, RT France, Ralph P. Martin  and Max Turner as well as Derek Tidball, a practical theologian and sociologist of religion. LST also had strong connections with the Anglican theologian John Stott, an important supporter and former council member of the college.
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- 1946-1965 - Ernest Kevan
- 1966-1980 - Gilbert Kirby
- 1980-1989 - Michael Griffiths
- 1989-1995 - Peter Cotterell
- 1995-2007 - Derek Tidball
- 2007-2008 - Anna Robbins (acting)
- 2008-2010 - Simon Steer
- 2010-2012 - Chris Jack (acting)
- 2012-2014 - No principal, senior leadership team model used
- 2017-Present - Calvin Samuel
- 2014-June 2016: Krish Kandiah
- Steve Motyer
- Mark Beaumont
- Miriam Hinksman
- Geraldine (Latty) Luce
- Conrad Gempf
- Christopher Grey
- Jeremy Perigo
- Matthew Knell
- Graham McFarlane
- Richard Hubbard
- Graham Twelftree
- John Dennis
- Janet Penny
- The Most Revd George Carey
- Joel Edwards
- Michael Hastings, Baron Hastings of Scarisbrick
- Clive Calver
- Terry Virgo
- John Wright National Director of Vineyard Churches Uk
- Jeremy Balfour
- Alistair Begg
Ian Randall, Educating Evangelicalism: The Origins, Development and Impact of London Bible College, Carlisle: Paternoster, 2000, ISBN 0-85364-873-5
-  History of London School of Theology.
- Ralph P. Martin 1925-2013
- Ian Randall: Educating Evangelicalism: The Origins, Development and Impact of London Bible College. Paternoster, Carlisle 2000, p. 18 (etc.).