Philosophical Theology

Philosophical theology at Oxford comprises a variety of approaches, including analytic philosophy of religion and analytic theology. Oxford has long been a premier centre for the subject, home to such seminal figures as Basil Mitchell, Richard Swinburne, Keith Ward, Marilyn Adams, Richard Cross and Brian Leftow. Research over a wide range of topics is currently led by Mark Wynn, Joel RasmussenWilliam Wood and Timothy Mawson. Activities include a visiting speaker series sponsored by the Joseph Butler Society, a regular seminar in analytic theology, up to two graduate classes a year in philosophy of religion, and graduate-student reading and work-in-progress groups.

  • Arguments against God (to be confirmed)
  • Perfect Being Theology (to be confirmed)

Further information on these programmes and the wide range of other events at the Faculty can be found on the events page here and on the lecture list.

Click here for information on supervisors working in this area.