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The Reverend Dr Andrew Teal
Chaplain, Fellow and Lecturer in Theology
Dr Andrew Teal is Chaplain, Fellow & Lecturer in Theology, Pembroke College Oxford. Formerly an Admissions Coordinator, Disability Officer, a harassment advisor & teacher of New Testament Greek across the University.
- Lectures on Early Church
- Tutorials on From Nero to Constantine
- Tutorials on the Christian Doctrine of Creation
- Tutorials for Development of Doctrine to 451
- Tutorials for God Christ and Salvation
- Tutorials on Augustine
- Core tutor for the Theology Faculty in New Testament Greek
- See firstname.lastname@example.org
The Revd Dr Andrew Teal is Chaplain and Fellow at Pembroke College and Lecturer in Theology and Religion within Oxford University. He is Warden of the Community of the Sisters of the Love of God, and a trustee of All Saints’ Sisters of the Poor, Helen and Douglas House Children’s Hospices, St John’s Home for Vulnerable people, and The Porch for homeless people, all in Oxford. He has published in the UK, Europe and in Russian, on Patristic and Modern Theology.
Alternative Contact Details
Member Theology Faculty (Examiner)
Member of Staff, Ripon College Cuddesdon
Warden, Community of the Sisters of the Love of God
Member North American Patristics Society
Association Internationale d'Études Patristiques
Participation (chairing sessions and giving papers) in International Patristics Conferences.
Available for pastoral support, conversation, or to be a listening ear to all members of college, students and staff, absolutely regardless of religious affiliation.
Facebook: Arfx Teal
Warden of a women’s lay religious order (Sisters of the Love of God) in Oxford
Trusteeships of the following Charities in the city of Oxford:
- Chair of Trustees Oxford Carers Centre
- Trustee: All Saints Sisters of the Poor
- Trustee & Member: Helen & Douglas House Children’s Hospices
- Trustee & Member: ‘The Porch’ provision for homeless people in the City
- Trustee: St John’s Nursing Home for elderly and vulnerable people, Cowley
College & university roles and committees
- Fellow, Chaplain, Lecturer in Theology & Theology & Philosophy
- Member of Governing Body
- Chapel & Benefices Committee
- Student Welfare Committee
- Domestic Committee
Historical & Systematic Theology, History of Christianity, Study of Religions, Patristic and Modern Theology, Christology & Ecclesiology, Eastern Theology and interfaith dialogue.
Theology and the arts.
Theology & Frontier Spirituality, especially committed to furthering theological understanding in dialogue with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
2019 Athanasius and the language of doctrine Teal, A
2019 BYU Radio Constant Wonder The Theology of Pieter Bruegel the Elder Teal, A
2018 Council of Nicaea (325): Religious and Political Context, Documents, Commentaries. By Henryk Pietras, Teal, A
2016 Maxim Kantor: Das neue Bestiarium Kantor, M, Barbano, C, de Muyser, G
Joint author /Contributor
2017 The Journal of Theological Studies Ways of Reading Scripture Young, FM Edited by: Teal, A, Teal, R
2016 God’s Presence.. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Young, FEdited by: Teal, A, Long, C
2016 Frances Young, Construing the Cross. Type, Sign, Symbol, Word, Action. London: SPCK. Young, F, Long, C Edited by: Teal, A
2014 with Frances Young and Jean Vanier, contribution to Arthur’s Call, A Journey of Faith in the Face of Severe Learning Disability. London: SPCK
2013 ОТ НИКЕИ ДО ХАЛКИДОНА Введение в греческую патристическую литературу и ее исторический контекст Москва Издательство ПСТГУ ISBN: 978-5-7429-0865-4
2010 with Frances Young, Complete revision & expansion of F M Young's From Nicaea to Chalcedon: A New Edition for SCM [UK] and Baker Academic [US], 412pp. ISBN: 9780334029939
1997 with Adrian Hastings, Oliver Tomkins: Asking God, Canterbury Press: Norwich.
2013 The God-Man.Athanasius of Alexandria in Early Christianity. Saarbrücken: A V Akademikerverlag GmbH & Co. KS. ISBN 978-3-639-51566-4
2015 ‘Why do we still say the Creeds?’ Fairacres Chronicle. Oxford: SLG Press
2014 ‘Overcoming evil with good: Responding to Islamic State’ Fairacres Chronicle. Oxford: SLG Press
2012 ‘Jesus: the Christ’ Fairacres Chronicle. Oxford: SLG Press
2011 ‘The Incarnation’ Fairacres Chronicle. Oxford: SLG Press
2010 ‘The Christ Child: God’s Hiding Place’ Fairacres Chronicle. Oxford: SLG Press
2010 'Athanasius and Apollinarius: Who was the chicken and who was the egg?' Studia Patristica 46: 281-287. Leuven, Paris & Walpole MA: Peeters.
2010 'How authentic is the Antiochene Construction of Athanasius and his Theology in Nestorius and Theodoret?' Studia Patristica 48: 33-41. Leuven, Paris & Walpole MA: Peeters.
2011 'Marcellus of Ancyra's motivation and method in Pseudo-Justin Cohortatio ad Graecos.' in volume for British Patristics Conference (2009-10)
2005 ‘A fearful asymmetry in Contemporary Catholic Theology’ Modern Believing: Ashgate. July 2005
1984 ‘Problems and Possibilities in Christian-Muslim Dialogue.’ Birmingham: Selly Oak Centre for Islam and Christian-Muslim Dialogue, Occasional Paper, no. 4.
Indexing / Editing works
2013 with Chris Long, edit-indexed Frances Young, God’s Presence. The Bampton Lectures given at the University of Oxford, 2011. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
2012 with Chris Long, edited / indexed collected papers as Frances Young, Exegesis and Theology in Early Christianity Farnham: Ashgate Variorum