Using David Tracy’s theological conversational and correlational model of investigation to analyse some of the theological themes arising form post-Holocaust theology in relation to theodicy.
Other research interests
Judaism, Jewish philosophy and theology, Holocaust studies, Israel.
I was born and always lived in the United Kingdom. I have worked professionally with Social Services and the Probation service as a Probation Officer and Family Court Advisor for 28 years. I have also provided preaching and teaching theology in my local church.
My educational background:
- Bucks College of Higher Education, 1980, Certificate Qualification in Social Work
- Open University, 1986, BA (Hons) in Psychology
- Open University, 1993, MPhil, in Cognitive Science (Thesis title: ‘A Model of Natural Language Dialogue’)
- Heythrop College, University of London, 2009, MA in Christian Theology (Thesis title: ‘Constructing a balanced theodicy: contributions from Augustine and Irenaeus’)