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Andrew Jackson - Committee Member


Andrew holds a BA and MA in zoology, and a PhD in bioengineering. He worked for 30 years in the development of medical products and technologies. He then worked for the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion in Cambridge as their Director of External Affairs before taking early retirement to study academic theology. He sat the University of Cambridge Advanced Diploma and MPhil degree in theology (both awarded with distinction and the Divinity Faculty prize) followed by a PhD (recently completed) at the University of Nottingham, entitled ‘The evolutionary logoi: a constructive theological engagement of Maximus the Confessor with evolutionary biology.’


He is now an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Nottingham and involved in a number of projects, including authoring a report on the theology of AI for the Church of England, converting his PhD into a monograph with Routledge, and contributing to a Templeton project on Biocultural Evolution and Providence.

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