Forrester, Duncan B(aillie)
FORRESTER, Duncan B(aillie)
FORRESTER, Duncan B(aillie). Scottish, b. 1933. Genres: Ethics, Theology/Religion. Career: Minister, missionary, and teacher. University of Edinburgh, Scotland, part-time assistant in politics, 1957-58, professor of Christian ethics and practical theology, 1978-2001, director of Centre for Theology and Public Issues, 1984-2001, principal of New College, 1986-96, dean of Faculty of Divinity, 1996-2000; licensed by Presbytery of St. Andrews, 1960; Hillside Church Edinburgh, assistant minister, and leader of St. James Mission, 1960-61; Madras Christian College, Tambaram, South India, 1962-70, lecturer to professor of politics; ordained presbyter of Church of South India, 1962; University of Sussex, England, chaplain, and lecturer in politics and religious studies in School of African and Asian Studies, 1970-78. Edinburgh Council of Social Services, chairman 1983-86. Publications: Caste and Christianity, 1980; (with J.I.H. McDonald and G. Tellini) Encounter with God, 1983; (with D. Murray) Studies in the History of Worship in Scotland, 1983; Christianity and the Future of Welfare, 1985; Theology and Politics, 1988; (ed. and contrib.) Just Sharing, 1988; Beliefs, Values, and Policies: Conviction Politics in a Secular Age, 1989; (ed. and contrib.) Theology and Practice, 1990; The True Church and Morality, 1997; Christian Justice & Public Policy, 1997; Truthful Action: Explorations in Practical Theology, 2000; On Human Worth, 2001. Address: New College, University of Edinburgh, The Mound, Edinburgh EH1 2LX, Scotland. Online address: [email protected]
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