Theology, Ethics, and Church History
Professor of Systematic Theology
Dean and President
BA, Keble College, Oxford, UK, 1986
BA, St. John’s, Durham, UK, 1995
PhD, King’s College, London, UK, 2003
I first came to Trinity for study leave in January 2005 after ten years of ordained ministry in the London Diocese. I was delighted by what I found. The commitment to the authority of Scripture and to mission in this country and overseas is very stimulating indeed. It is a great place to be and strategic for the future of the Gospel in the States and beyond. My best moment at Trinity has been the response I had to the announcement of my becoming Dean and President. It was truly overwhelming. I have never felt more wanted and more loved. What a great place to be for my family and for me.
Justyn’s research interests are contemporary theology, especially that of P.T. Forsyth, Emil Brunner and Karl Barth; Evangelical theology and its articulation in the light of its critics; and the theology and preaching of the doctrine of the atonement.
Forgiveness: where justice and mercy meet
The resurrection and the uniqueness of Jesus Christ
The two rival “gospels” in the church today
The Gospel as God’s revelation; The Gospel is about justifying sinners; the Gospel brings freedom – a series from Galatians 1-3
Introduction to the theology of: Martin Luther, John Calvin, Karl Barth and of Anglican Divines like Thomas Cranmer, John Jewel, William Perkins, Richard Hooker, Lancelot Andrewes, Charles Simeon, John Wesley, Dorothy L. Sayers, C.S. Lewis, etc.