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Greggs, Tom (2009). Barth, Origen, and Universal Salvation: Restoring Particularity. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [6]
  • (2010). New Perspectives for Evangelical Theology. London: Routledge. [22]
  • (2011). Theology against Religion: Constructive Dialogues with Bonhoeffer and Barth. London: T & T Clark. [23]
  • ; Muers, Rachel; Zahl, Simeon, eds. (2013). The Vocation of Theology Today. Eugene, OR: Cascade.) [24]
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    Tom Greggs
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    Thomas William Greggs

    Liverpool, England
    TitleMarischal Professor of Divinity
    Academic background
    EducationM.A. (Oxon.), Ph.D. (Cantab.)
    Thesis 'Restoring particularity: The economic dynamics of Spirit and Son, with special reference to the theologies of Origen and Karl Barth' (2007)
    Doctoral advisor David F. Ford