Timothy Ashworth

Timothy Ashworth has written on Paul the apostle and is coming towards the end of a major work on early Christian experience. As one of Woodbrooke’s Learning and Research Team for many years, he developed an approach to the Bible drawing on contemporary scholarship but also giving due weight to the descriptions of transformation that are claimed for the individuals and groups that created the texts.

His work among Quakers is well known through his published work:

With Alex Wildwood, Rooted in Christianity, Open to New Light: Quaker Spiritual Diversity, Pronoun Press, 2009.

Paul’s Necessary Sin: The Experience of Liberation, Routledge, 2019.

(As Timothy Peat) with Ben Pink Dandelion and Douglas Gwyn, Heaven on Earth: Quakers and the Second Coming, Second Edition, Createspace, 2018.

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