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About Christopher Rowland

Christopher Rowland is Professor of the Exegesis of Holy Scripture Emeritus in the Faculty of Theology, University of Oxford. His research interests include the interpretation of the New Testament, the apocalyptic tradition in ancient Judaism and Christianity, the theology of liberation, and the biblical hermeneutics of William Blake.

Articles by Christopher Rowland

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

The transformative visions of William Blake

The ‘poetic genius’ inside of everyone creates a springboard for self-inquiry and social struggle. 

William Blake: a visionary for our time

A great English artist born 250 years ago fused social empathy and moral imagination to produce work that lives in and moves people today, says Christopher Rowland.

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