Revd Canon Dr Robin Ward became Principal of St Stephen’s House in September 2006. Canon Ward was vicar of the parish of S. John the Baptist, Sevenoaks for the last ten years, and was honorary canon theologian of Rochester Cathedral. A graduate of Magdalen College, Oxford, he trained for the priesthood at the House and subsequently obtained a doctorate from the University of London in the field of patristics. He is married to Ruth, who is a solicitor, and they have two sons. Contact: robin.ward(at)ssho.ox.ac.uk Tel.: Principal's PA (01865) (6)13500
The Revd Damian Feeney is Vice-Principal and Charles Marriott Director of Pastoral Studies. He read music at Durham University, after which he qualified as a teacher. He trained for ordination at Chichester Theological College, and was ordained in 1994. Between 1996 and 2009 he worked in a variety of posts in the Diocese of Blackburn, combining parish ministry with Diocesan and National work as a missioner. He has particular experience of church planting, having initiated two congregations on housing estates. His interests lie in the Theology of Mission and Theological Ethics. He was a member of the working party which produced the Mission-shaped Church report. He is also a national team member of Leading your Church into Growth and a member of the College of Evangelists. He is married to Fiona, a primary school head teacher, and they have three children.Contact: damian.feeney(at)ssho.ox.ac.uk Tel.: (01865) (6)13515
Dr Ian Boxall is Senior Tutor and teaches New Testament and Greek. A Roman Catholic, he studied theology at the Franciscan Study Centre, Canterbury, and Oriel College, Oxford. After postgraduate work in New Testament, he was New Testament Tutor at Chichester Theological College, before joining the staff of St Stephen’s House in 1994. Ian has a particular interest in the Book of Revelation, and is the author of Revelation: Vision and Insight (SPCK 2002) and The Revelation of St John (Black’s New Testament Commentaries; Continuum/Hendrickson 2006). He has also written two books in the SCM Studyguide series: on New Testament Interpretation and The Books of the New Testament (SCM 2007). His current research is on Patmos in the Reception History of the Apocalypse.
Ian serves as Vice-Chair of the Executive Committee of the Catholic Biblical Association of Great Britain, and is the editor of Scripture Bulletin. He speaks regularly to clergy and church groups on New Testament subjects.
Ian’s Faculty Web page. Contact: ian.boxall(at)ssho.ox.ac.uk Tel. (01865) (6)13511
The Revd Lucy Gardner is Tutor in Christian Doctrine. She joined the staff in 1993, having studied theology at St John’s College, Oxford, and at Bonn University. Her research interests include Schleiermacher, Balthasar and Feminist Theology. She is married to Chris, a secondary school science teacher, and they live in Buckinghamshire with their two children. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel. (01865) (6)13516
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