Alister E. McGrath, MA, DPhil, DD, DLitt, FRSA, born 1953
Professor of Theology, Ministry and Education; and Head of the Centre for Theology, Religion and Culture, King’s College, London.
Down High School, Downpatrick, Northern Ireland, 1957-
Methodist College, Belfast, 1966-
Wadham College, Oxford, 1971-
Linacre College, Oxford, 1975-
Merton College, Oxford, 1976-
St John’s College, Cambridge, 1978-
BA, First Class Honours, Final Honour School of Natural Sciences (Chemistry), Oxford University, 1975.
MA, Oxford University, 1978.
DPhil, Faculty of Biological Sciences, Oxford University 1978, for research in molecular biophysics, under the supervision of Professor Sir George Radda, FRS.
BA, First Class Honours, Final Honour School of Theology, Oxford University, 1978.
BD, Oxford University, 1983, for research in historical theology.
DD, Faculty of Theology, Oxford University, 2001, for research in historical and systematic theology, and science and religion.
DLitt, Division of Humanities, Oxford University, 2013, for research into science and religion, and natural theology.
Open Major Scholarship, Wadham College, Oxford, 1971-
EPA Cephalosporin Research Studentship, Linacre College, Oxford, 1975-
Senior Scholarship, Merton College, Oxford, 1976-
Liddon Theological Studentship, Oxford University, 1977
Denyer and Johnson Prize in Theology, Oxford University, 1978
Naden Studentship in Divinity, St John’s College, Cambridge, 1978-
Denyer and Johnson Travelling Scholarships, Oxford University, 1989 and 1991.
Fellow of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures & Commerce (FRSA), 2005.
1990 Ezra Squire Tipple Visiting Professor of Historical Theology, Drew University, Madison, New Jersey