New Trustee for Kirby Laing Centre for Public Theology

New Trustee for Kirby Laing Centre for Public Theology 

The Rev Dr Andrew Campbell, rector of St Patrick’s, Broughshane, Parish of Skerry, Rathcavan and Newtowncrommelin, has been appointed as a trustee and associate fellow at the Kirby Laing Centre for Public Theology at Cambridge.

This is an international research centre and an associate member of the Cambridge Theological Federation.

Andrew holds degrees in Ancient History, Byzantine Studies and Theology. In 2017 he was awarded a PhD from Queen’s University Belfast for his research on Nonviolent Atonement Theology under the supervision of Stephen N Williams.

He has served the wider Church of Ireland in various ways, including as visiting lecturer in Anglican Dogmatics at the Church of Ireland Theological Institute.

Andrew continues his research into atonement theology, including its relationship to broader topics of justice, violence and sacrifice. 

Ordained a deacon in 2012, Andrew served curacies in St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast, and Bangor Abbey. He was instituted as rector of St Patrick’s, Broughshane in August 2016.

Andrew is married to Allison and they have two children.

The Revd William Olhausen of Dublin Diocese has long been a fellow at KLC.