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Bourne, Richard (2014) Communication, Punishment, and Virtue. Journal of Religious Ethics, 42 (1). pp. 78-107.

Bourne, Richard (2009) Governmentality, Witness and the State: Christian Social Criticism with and beyond Yoder and Foucault. In: Bergen, Jeremy and Siegrist, Anthony, (eds.) Power & practices : engaging the work of John Howard Yoder. Scottdale, Herald Press, pp. 99-116

Bourne, Richard (2013) Review of J. Alexander Sider To See History Doxologically: History and Holiness in John Howard Yoder’s Ecclesiology (Eerdmans, 2011). Ecclesiology, 9 (1). pp. 148-150.

Bourne, Richard (2012) Review of Margaret D. Kamitsuka (ed) The Embrace of Eros: Bodies, Desires, and Sexuality in Christianity (Fortress Press, 2010). Theology & Sexuality, 18 (3). pp. 273-275.

Bourne, Richard (2012) Review of Stanley Hauerwas Learning to Speak Christian (SCM, 2011). Modern believing, 53 (4). pp. 470-472.

Bourne, Richard (2009) Seek the Peace of the City : Christian Political Criticism as Public, Realist, and Transformative. Cascade

Bourne, Richard (2016) Vertigo in the City: Urban Crime, Consumerism and the Theopolitical Act. International Journal of Public Theology, 10 (2). pp. 167-192.

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Christie, Ann (2013) Jesus as Exemplar. In: Astley, Jeff and Francis, Leslie, (eds.) Exploring Ordinary Theology - Dimensions of Everyday Christian Existence and the Life of the Church. Farnham, Ashgate

Christie, Ann (2012) Ordinary Christology: who do you say I am?: answers from the pews. Farnham, Ashgate Publishing Limited

Christie, Ann (2009) Ordinary soteriology: a qualitative study. In: Francis, Leslie, Robbins, Mandy and Astley, Jeff, (eds.) Empirical theology in texts and tables: qualitative, quantitative and comparative perspectives (Vol 17 of Empirical Studies in Theology). Brill

Christie, Ann (2013) Responding to ordinary Christology. Journal of Adult Theological Education, 10 (1). pp. 38-49.

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Francis, Leslie J. and Muskett, Judith A. (2015) Shaping Cathedral Studies: a scientific approach. In: Francis, Leslie, (ed.) Anglican cathedrals in modern life. The science of Cathedral Studies. New York, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1-28

Francis, Leslie J. and Village, Andrew (2015) Go and Observe the Sower: Seeing Empirical Theology at Work. Journal of Empirical Theology, 28 (2). pp. 155-183.

Francis, Leslie J., Village, Andrew, Bruce, Deborah and Woolever, Cynthia (2015) Testing the balanced affect model of clergy work-related psychological health: Drawing on the U.S. Congregational Life Survey. In: Village, Andrew and Hood, Ralph W., (eds.) Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion. Vol. 26. Brill, pp. 123-140

Francis, Leslie J., Village, Andrew and Powell, Ruth (2017) Quest religious orientation among church leaders in Australia: A function of psychological predisposition or openness to mystical experience? Psychology of Religion and Spirituality.

Francis, Leslie J., Village, Andrew and Powell, Ruth (2017) Religious experience and religious motivation among Catholic and mainstream protestant churchgoers in Australia: testing and applying five short measures. Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 19 (8). pp. 1-11.

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Gibbons, Tom, Watson, Nick J. and Mierzwinski, Mark (2017) Christianity as public religion: a justification for using a Christian sociological approach for studying the social scientific aspects of sport. Sport in Society. pp. 1-15.

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Hargaden, Kevin and Watson, Nick J. (2017) Introduction for Journal of Disability & Religion Special Issue: Theology, Disability and Sport: Reflections on Physical and Intellectual Impairment and Well-Being. Journal of Disability & Religion, 21 (2). pp. 137-141.

Hemmings, B., Watson, Nick J. and Parker, A. (2019) Introduction. In: Hemmings, B., Watson, Nick J. and Parker, A., (eds.) Sport, Psychology and Christianity: Welfare, Performance and Consultancy. Routledge (In Press)

Hoven, M., Watson, Nick J. and Parker, A. (2019) Conclusion. In: Hoven, M., Watson, Nick J. and Parker, A., (eds.) Sport and Christianity: Practices for the Twenty-First Century. T&T Clark (In Press)

Hoven, M., Watson, Nick J. and Parker, A. (2019) Introduction. In: Hoven, M., Watson, Nick J. and Parker, A., (eds.) Sport and Christianity: Practices for the Twenty-First Century. T&T Clark (In Press)

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Jesson, Stuart (2014) Simone Weil: Suffering, Attention and Compassionate Thought. Studies in Christian Ethics, 27 (2). pp. 185-201.

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Kim, Sebastian (2005) Evangelical understandings of conversion and their implications for Christian mission. Dharma Deepika, 9 (2). pp. 21-36.

Kim, Sebastian (2014) Inter-Asia Mission and Global Missionary Movements from Asia. In: Wildred, Felix, (ed.) Oxford Handbook on Christianity in Asia. Oxford University Press, pp. 145-157

Kim, Sebastian (2015) ‘Justice and Peace Will Kiss Each Other’ (Psalm 85.10b): Minjung Perspectives on Peace-building. Transformation: an international journal of holistic mission studies, 32. pp. 188-201.

Kim, Sebastian (2008) The Kingdom of God versus the Church: the debate at the Conference of the International Missionary Council, Tambaram, 1938. In: Kalu, O. U., (ed.) Interpreting contemporary Christianity: global processes and local identities. William B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.

Kim, Sebastian (2015) Mega-Churches in Korean Christianity. In: James, Jonathan D., (ed.) A moving faith: mega churches go South. Sage, pp. 85-105

Kim, Sebastian (2017) Mission’s public engagement: The conversation of missiology and public theology. Missiology, 45 (1). pp. 7-24.

Kim, Sebastian (2014) North Asia: Christian Contacts. In: Muck, Terry C., Netland, Harold A. and McDermott, Gerald R., (eds.) Handbook of Religion: A Christian Engagement with Traditions, Teachings, and Practices. Grand Rapids, Baker Academic, pp. 276-281

Kim, Sebastian (2014) North Asia: Current Issues. In: Muck, Terry C., Netland, Harold A. and McDermott, Gerald R., (eds.) Handbook of Religion: A Christian Engagement with Traditions, Teachings, and Practices. Grand Rapids, Baker Academic, pp. 289-294

Kim, Sebastian (2014) North Asia: History, Beliefs, Practices. In: Muck, Terry C. and Netland, Harold A., (eds.) Handbook of Religion: A Christian Engagement with Traditions, Teachings, and Practices. Grand Rapids, Baker Academic, pp. 269-275

Kim, Sebastian (2014) North Asia: Theological Exchanges. In: Muck, Terry C., Netland, Harold A. and McDermott, Gerald R., (eds.) Handbook of Religion: A Christian Engagement with Traditions, Teachings, and Practices. Grand Rapids, Baker Academic, pp. 282-288

Kim, Sebastian (2017) Public Theology in the History of Christianity. In: Kim, Sebastian and Day, Katie, (eds.) A companion to public theology. Brill

Kim, Sebastian (2017) Towards a Hermeneutic for Public Theology: Conversation with Habermas and Schillebeeckx. In: van Erp, Stephan, Poulsom, Martin and Boeve, Lieven, (eds.) Grace, Governance and Globalization. Bloomsbury, T&T Clark, pp. 28-45

Kim, Sebastian (2008) The Word and the Spirit: overcoming poverty, injustice and division in Korea. In: Kim, Sebastian, (ed.) Christian Theology in Asia. Cambridge University Press

Kim, Sebastian and Kim, Kirsteen (2015) A history of Korean Christianity. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press

Kollontai, Pauline (2006) Between Judaism and Christianity: the case of Messianic Jews. Journal of religion and society, 8.

Kollontai, Pauline (2014) Come to the Edge and Reach Over: Christian and Muslim Women Creating Communities of Trust. In: Khadar, J. and Twal, I., (eds.) Christian Muslim Relations: From Theocracy to Secularism and Between. University of Bethlehem

Kollontai, Pauline (2012) Feminism and faith: women building peace and reconciliation in post-conflict Bosnia-Herzegovina. In: Kollontai, Pauline and Noake, Richard, (eds.) Building communities of reconciliation. Volume II: Christian responses to situations of conflict. Nanumsa: South Korea, pp. 175-200

Kollontai, Pauline (2015) Storytelling in Religious Education: Promoting Respect and Empathy in Diverse Communities. In: Gross, Z. and Davies, L., (eds.) The Contested Role of Education and Conflict and Fragility. Sense Publishers, pp. 217-234

Kretchmar, S.K. and Watson, Nick J. (2019) The Paradoxical Athlete: Chesterton on Play and Work. In: Hoven, M., Watson, Nick J. and Parker, A., (eds.) Sport and Christianity: Practices for the Twenty-First Century. T&T Clark (In Press)

Kretchmar, Scott and Watson, Nick J. (2017) Chesterton on Play, Work, Paradox, and Christian Orthodoxy. Sport, Ethics and Philosophy. pp. 1-11.

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Maunder, Chris (2007) Apparitions of Mary. In: Boss, Sarah Jane, (ed.) Mary: The Complete Resource. Continuum, pp. 424-457

Maunder, Chris (2000) Apparitions of Mary in Late 20th century Ireland: visions and reflections Part 1. Maria, 1.

Maunder, Chris (2013) Mapping the presence of Mary: Germany's modern apparition shrines. Journal of Contemporary Religion, 28 (1). pp. 79-93.

Maunder, Chris (2007) Marian Shrines in Yorkshire and Roman Catholic identity. In: Kim, Sebastian and Kollontai, Pauline, (eds.) Community Identity: Dynamics of Religion in Context. T & T Clark, pp. 125-141

Maunder, Chris (2012) Marian visionaries in Roman Catholicism as popular theologians: ‘The Lady of All Nations’ of Amsterdam. Journal of Contemporary Religion, 27 (2). pp. 291-304.

Maunder, Chris (2007) Mary in the New Testament and Apocrypha. In: Boss, S. J., (ed.) Mary: the complete resource. Continuum, pp. 11-46

Maunder, Chris (2016) Our Lady of the Nations: Apparitions of Mary in 20th century Catholic Europe. 1st ed. Oxford University Press

Maunder, Chris (2013) The footprints of religious enthusiasm: great memorials and faint vestiges of Belgium's apparition mania of the 1930s. Journal of religion and society, 15. p. 1.

McIntosh, Esther (2015) Belonging without Believing. International Journal of Public Theology, 9 (2). pp. 131-155.

McIntosh, Esther (2017) 'I Met God, She's Black': Racial, Gender and Sexual Equalities in Public Theology. In: Kim, Sebastian and Day, Katie, (eds.) A Companion to Public Theology. Brill, pp. 298-324

McIntosh, Esther (2014) Issues in feminist public theology. In: Burns, S. and Monro, A., (eds.) Public Theology and the Challenge of Feminism. Routledge, pp. 63-74

Meyer, Andrew R., Wynveen, Christopher J. and Watson, Nick J. (2017) The contemporary muscular Christian instrument: muscular Christian themes at the 2014 Tour de France. In: North American Society for the Sociology of Sport (NASSS) 38th Annual Conference, 1-4 November 2017, Windsor, Ontario. (Unpublished)

Moreh, Chris (2016) Inhabiting Heritage: Living with the Past in the Albayzín of Granada. Open Library of Humanities, 2 (1). pp. 1-33.

Muskett, Judith A. (2015) Building associations among cathedral Friends. From topophilia to fiat social capital? In: Village, Andrew and Hood, Ralph, (eds.) Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion. Leiden and Boston, BRILL, pp. 57-76

Muskett, Judith A. (2015) Cathedrals making Friends. Building associations. In: Francis, Leslie, (ed.) Anglican cathedrals in modern life. The science of Cathedral Studies. New York, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 215-237

Muskett, Judith A. (2011) Deferential or Dazzled? Rural Cathedral Friends’ Associations and Their Royal Patronage, Past and Present. Rural Theology, 9 (1). pp. 7-25.

Muskett, Judith A. (2013) ‘Friends’ of Anglican cathedrals: norms and values. Befriending, friending or misnomer? Journal of Beliefs & Values, 34 (2). pp. 189-203.

Muskett, Judith A. (2016) From Action Learning to bonding social capital? The potential of action learning sets among isolated rural clergy. Rural Theology, 14 (1). pp. 25-43.

Muskett, Judith A. (2012) From Sixpenny Entry to Five Shilling Subscription: Charting Cathedral Outreach and Friends’ Associations in the 1920s and 1930s. Journal of Anglican Studies, 10 (01). pp. 94-118.

Muskett, Judith A. (2017) The Greater Church as ‘sacred space, common ground’: a narrative case study in a rural diocese. Rural theology, 15 (1). pp. 22-38.

Muskett, Judith A. (2014) Measuring religious social capital: scale properties of the modified Williams Religious Social Capital Index among Friends of cathedrals. Journal of Beliefs & Values, 35 (2). pp. 242-249.

Muskett, Judith A. (2016) Mobilizing cathedral metaphors: The case of 'sacred space, common ground'. Practical Theology, 9 (4). pp. 275-286.

Muskett, Judith A. (2015) Reflections on the Shop Windows of the Church of England: Anglican Cathedrals and Vicarious Religion. Journal of Contemporary Religion, 30 (2). pp. 273-289.

Muskett, Judith A. and Francis, Leslie J. (2015) The science of Cathedral Studies: present and future. In: Francis, Leslie, (ed.) Anglican cathedrals in modern life. The science of Cathedral Studies. New York, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 239-250

Muskett, Judith A. and Village, Andrew (2016) Action learning sets and social capital. Ameliorating the burden of clergy isolation in one rural diocese. Action Learning: Research and Practice, 13 (3). pp. 219-234.

Muskett, Judith A. and Village, Andrew (2015) Created to be guardians? Psychological type profiles of members of cathedral Friends associations in England. Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 18 (8). pp. 641-654.

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Parker, A. and Watson, Nick J. (2018) Sport, celebrity and religion: Christianity, morality and the Tebow phenomenon. In: Adogame, A., Watson, Nick J. and Parker, A., (eds.) Global perspectives on sports and Christianity. Routledge, pp. 195-208

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Stuart-White, Bill, Vaughan-Wilson, Jane, Eatock, John, Muskett, Judith A. and Village, Andrew (2018) Isolation among rural clergy: Exploring experiences and solutions in one diocese. Rural Theology. (In Press)

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Village, Andrew (2012) The Charismatic Imagination: Clergy Reading Mark 9: 14-29. PentecoStudies: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Research on the Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements, 11 (2). pp. 212-237.

Village, Andrew (2011) Gifts Differing? Psychological Type Among Stipendiary And Non-Stipendiary Anglican Clergy. In: Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion. Vol.22. Brill, pp. 230-250

Village, Andrew (2015) Nature or Nurture? What Makes People Feel Confident in Faith? Rural Theology, 13 (1). pp. 82-93.

Village, Andrew (2015) Psychological type functions and biblical scholarship: an empirical enquiry among members of the Society of Biblical Literature. Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 18 (7). pp. 605-621.

Village, Andrew (2013) Traditions within the Church of England and psychological type: a study among the clergy. Journal of Empirical Theology, 26 (1). pp. 22-44.

Village, Andrew (2015) Was White right? Biblical interpretation, theological stance and environmental attitudes among a sample of UK churchgoers. Journal of Empirical Theology, 28 (1). pp. 23-48.

Village, Andrew (2015) Who Goes There? Attendance at Fresh Expressions of Church in Relation to Psychological Type Preferences among Readers of the Church Times. Practical Theology, 8 (2). pp. 112-129.

Village, Andrew and Baker, Sylvia (2013) Reasons given by UK churchgoers for their stance on evolution. Journal of Beliefs & Values, 34 (2). pp. 165-177.

Village, Andrew and Baker, Sylvia (2018) Rejecting Darwinian evolution: The effects of education, church tradition, and individual theological stance among UK churchgoers. Review of Religious Research.

Village, Andrew and Francis, Leslie J. (2009) The mind of the Anglican clergy: assessing attitudes and beliefs in the Church of England. Edwin Mellen Press

Village, Andrew and Muskett, Judith A. (2017) Flagships in a sea of unbelief? Christian affiliation around big church buildings in England. Journal of Contemporary Religion, 32 (3). pp. 479-493.

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Watson, Nick J. (2015) Christianity, boxing and mixed martial arts: reflections on morality, vocation and well-being. In: Fifth International Conference on Value and Virtue: Research Reflections, 10 September 2015, York St John University, UK. (Unpublished)

Watson, Nick J. (2016) Doing Sport Chaplaincy in a Fatherless Age. In: Parker, Andrew, Watson, Nick J. and White, John, B., (eds.) Sports Chaplaincy: Trends, Issues and Debates. London, Routledge, pp. 71-83

Watson, Nick J. (2016) Doing sport chaplaincy in a fatherless age: reflections on context, understanding and response. In: Sports Chaplaincy UK Conference 2016, 11-12 October 2016, Northampton, UK. (Unpublished)

Watson, Nick J. (2017) Foreword. In: Swinton, John and Brock, Brian, (eds.) A Graceful Embrace: Theological Reflections on Adopting Children. Brill, vii-ix

Watson, Nick J. (2019) Identity in Sport: Reflections on Welfare, Performance and Consultancy Practice within a Christian Worldview. In: Hemmings, B., Watson, Nick J. and Parker, A., (eds.) Sport, Psychology and Christianity: Welfare, Performance and Consultancy. Routledge (In Press)

Watson, Nick J. (2006) Martin Buber's I and Thou: implications for Christian psychotherapy. Journal of psychology and Christianity, 25 (1). pp. 35-44.

Watson, Nick J. (2018) New Directions in Theology, Church and Sports: a brief overview and position statement. Theology, 121 (4). pp. 243-251.

Watson, Nick J. (2012) Special Olympians as a 'Prophetic Sign' to the modern sporting Babel. In: Watson, Nick J. and Parker, Andrew, (eds.) Sports and Christianity : historical and contemporary perspectives. Routledge, pp. 167-206

Watson, Nick J. (2014) Special Olympians as a ‘Prophetic Sign’ to the Modern Sporting Babel. In: Kretchmar, S. and Hopsicker, P., (eds.) Philosophy of sport. Critical concepts in sports studies, 2 . London, Routledge, pp. 167-207

Watson, Nick J. (2015) Sport and the Christian religion: past, present and future. In: Christian Society for Kinesiology and Leisure Studies Annual Conference, 10-12 June 2015, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI, USA. (Unpublished)

Watson, Nick J. (2014) Sport, Christianity and disability. In: The Spirit in Sport Conference, 12 June 2014, The Charterhouse, London. (Unpublished)

Watson, Nick J. (2012) Sport, disability and the Olympics : an exploration of the status and prophetic role of the Special Olympic Movement in light of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Bible in transmission, Spring. pp. 14-16.

Watson, Nick J. (2016) Sport, history and the Christian faith: a position statement and future directions. In: Body and Spirit: Sport and Christianity in History, 18-21 October 2016, The Catholic University of Murcia, Spain. (Unpublished)

Watson, Nick J. (2017) The Use of Mentoring to Develop Character and Enhance Well-Being in British Fatherless Young People: The UK Church, an Untapped Resource. In: “Beyond the Fringe”, considering how the ministry of sport can be effective reaching the marginalized and excluded, 1 November 2017, Church of England, Northern Diocese, Bishopthorpe Palace, York, UK. (Unpublished)

Watson, Nick J. (2016) Violent sports: Can you love your neighbour while kneeing him in the face? Premier Christianity magazine (August). pp. 36-41.

Watson, Nick J. (2016) Where the Track Leads from Rio: As the Olympic participants head home from Rio, Nick Watson Explores the Growing Relationship between Sport and the Churches. The Church times (26 Aug).

Watson, Nick J. and Bolt, Brian (2018) From Team Hoyt to I'll Push You: an embodied prophetic message. In: Watson, Nick J., Hargaden, K. and Brock, B., (eds.) Theology, Disability and Sport: Social Justice Perspectives. Routledge

Watson, Nick J. and Bolt, Brian (2015) Mixed martial arts and Christianity : 'where feet, fist and faith collide'. The conversation.

Watson, Nick J. and Bolt, Brian R. (2017) From Team Hoyt to I'll Push You: An Embodied Prophetic Message. Journal of Disability & Religion, 21 (2). pp. 164-170.

Watson, Nick J. and Brock, Brian (2015) Christianity, boxing and mixed martial arts : reflections on morality, vocation, and well-being. Journal of religion and society, 17.

Watson, Nick J. and Brock, Brian (2014) Religion in the ring: death, concussion and brain bleeds. Theos.

Watson, Nick J., Hargaden, K. and Brock, B. (2018) Preface. In: Watson, Nick J., Hargaden, K. and Brock, B., (eds.) Theology, Disability and Sport: Social Justice Perspectives. Routledge

Watson, Nick J., Hargaden, Kevin and Brock, Brian (2018) Theology, disability and sport: social justice perspectives. Routledge

Watson, Nick J. and Kumar, Simon (2017) Sport, Theology, and the Special Olympics: A Christian Theological Reflection. Journal of Disability & Religion, 21 (2). pp. 245-256.

Watson, Nick J. and Kumar, Simon (2018) Sport, Theology, and the Special Olympics: A Christian Theological Reflection. In: Watson, Nick J., Hargaden, Kevin and Brock, Brian, (eds.) Theology, Disability and Sport: Social Justice Perspectives. Routledge

Watson, Nick J. and Parker, A. (2014) Emerging Research Areas. In: Watson, Nick J. and Parker, A., (eds.) Sport and the Christian Religion: A Systematic Review of Literature. Newcastle, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 100-118

Watson, Nick J. and Parker, A. (2014) Institutions and Governance of Sport: A Case Study of the Modern Olympic Games. In: Watson, Nick J. and Parker, A., (eds.) Sport and the Christian Religion : a systematic review of literature. Newcastle, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 86-99

Watson, Nick J. and Parker, A. (2014) Introduction. In: Watson, Nick J. and Parker, A., (eds.) Sport and the Christian Religion: A Systematic Review of Literature. Newcastle, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 1-6

Watson, Nick J. and Parker, A. (2014) Pioneering Scholars and Initiatives in the Field. In: Watson, Nick J. and Parker, A., (eds.) Sport and the Christian Religion: A Systematic Review of Literature. Newcastle, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 7-14

Watson, Nick J. and Parker, A. (2014) Sport, Religion and Popular Culture. In: Watson, Nick J. and Parker, A., (eds.) Sport and the Christian Religion: A Systematic Review of Literature. Newcastle, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 27-43

Watson, Nick J., Parker, A. and Swain, Spencer (2018) Sport, Theology and Dementia: Reflections on The Sporting Memories Network, UK. In: Watson, Nick J., Hargaden, K. and Brock, B., (eds.) Theology, Disability and Sport: Social Justice Perspectives. Routledge

Watson, Nick J. and Parker, Andrew (2012) Christianity, sport and disability: a case study of the role of long-distance running in the life of a father and his son who is congenitally blind and has profound intellectual disabilities. Practical Theology, 5 (2). pp. 189-207.

Watson, Nick J. and Parker, Andrew (2014) Muscular Christianity and Sports Ministry. In: Watson, Nick J. and Parker, Andrew, (eds.) Sport and the Christian Religion: A Systematic Review of Literature. Newcastle, Cambridge Scholars, pp. 44-62

Watson, Nick J. and Parker, Andrew (2015) The Mystical and Sublime in Extreme Sports: Experiences of Psychological Well-Being or Christian Revelation? Studies in World Christianity, 21 (3). pp. 260-281.

Watson, Nick J. and Parker, Andrew (2012) Sports and Christianity : mapping the field. In: Watson, Nick J. and Parker, Andrew, (eds.) Sports and Christianity : historical and contemporary persepctives. Routledge, pp. 9-88

Watson, Nick J. and Parker, Andrew (2014) Theological Ethics in Sport (with Psychological considerations). In: Watson, Nick J. and Parker, Andrew, (eds.) Sport and the Christian Religion: A Systematic Review of Literature. Newcastle, Cambridge Scholars, pp. 63-85

Watson, Nick J. and Parker, Andrew (2014) Theologies of Play in Sport. In: Watson, Nick J. and Parker, Andrew, (eds.) Sport and the Christian Religion: A Systematic Review of Literature. Newcastle, Cambridge Scholars, pp. 15-26

Williams, John (2013) Conflicting paradigms in theological education for public ministry in the Church of England: issues for Church and Academy. International Journal of Public Theology, 7 (3). pp. 275-296.

Williams, John (2015) Ecclesial Reconstruction, Theological Conservation. Ecclesiology, 11 (3). pp. 289-305.

Williams, John (2013) Perceptions of Lay Ministerial Training in the Church of England as an "Academic" Activity: Implications for Teaching, Learning and Assessment Strategies. Journal of Adult Theological Education, 7 (1). pp. 78-94.

Williams, John (2011) Twenty-first-century shapes of the Church? Theology, 114 (2). pp. 108-119.

Williams, John (2011) The mirror of learning: towards a theology of reflection in Christian education. Journal of education and Christian belief, 15 (1). p. 53.

Wilton, G. (2007) Paradigm, community and theological education: a study of theological education with reference to the work of Thomas S. Kuhn and David H. Kelsey. In: Kim, Sebastian and Kollontai, Pauline, (eds.) Community identity: dynamics of religion on context. T & T Clark, pp. 89-106

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