In 1999, Griffith-Jones was appointed Master of the Temple in London, the title given to the senior cleric of the Temple Church. his official style is currently "The Reverend and Valiant Master of the Temple"; this is not used on the official website but is confirmed by the Middle Temple website and has been used by him in interviews. Prior to this he was chaplain of Lincoln College, Oxford, from 1992 to 1999 and a curate in Liverpool from 1989 to 1992.
- 2000: The Four Witnesses: the Rebel, the Rabbi, the Chronicler, and the Mystic. San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco ISBN 978-0-06-251648-0
- 2004: The Gospel According to Paul: the Creative Genius Who Brought Jesus to the World. San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco ISBN 0-06-073066-8
- 2006: The Da Vinci Code and the Secrets of the Temple: the Master of The Temple. Norwich: Canterbury Press ISBN 978-1-85311-731-2
- 2008: Mary Magdalene: the Woman whom Jesus Loved. Norwich: Canterbury Press ISBN 1-85311-818-4
- "Who's Who - The Revd Robin Griffith-Jones". The Temple Church, London. Retrieved 2010-06-03.
- SALON - the Society of Antiquaries of London Online Newsletter (186). 14 April 2008 http://www.sal.org.uk/salon/index_html?id=832#section21. Missing or empty
- Wharton, Annabel Jane (2006). Selling Jerusalem: relics, replicas, theme parks. University of Chicago Press. p. 90. ISBN 0-226-89422-3.
- Barnes, John (1979). Ahead of his age: Bishop Barnes of Birmingham. Collins. p. 76. ISBN 0-00-216087-0.
- "Robin Griffith-Jones: The Da Vinci Code and the Secrets of the Temple".
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