Stephen Bullivant


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Stephen Bullivant is Senior Lecturer in Theology and Ethics in the School of Education, Theology and Leadership. He joined St Mary's in September 2009, after completing his DPhil at Oxford University on the Second Vatican Council's engagement with atheism. In June 2010, he was awarded the Catholic Theological Society of America's 'Catherine Mowry LaCugna Award for New Scholars'.

He is currently Programme Director for the MA in Theology, for which he teaches the 'Scripture and Systematic Theology', 'Themes in Contemporary Theology', and 'Research and Reflective Practice' modules. On the BA Theology and Religious Studies, Stephen teaches both historical and doctrinal topics (inc. 'Foundations in Christian Theology', 'Trinity', 'Vatican II') an
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Mass Exodus: Catholic Disaf...

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“Naturally, as Luther writes elsewhere, he recognizes that “the name ‘Trinity’ is nowhere to be found in the Holy Scriptures, but has been conceived and invented by man”4 (indeed by Tertullian, as we learned in chapter 4). However, he readily admits that “since we have no better term, we must employ [it].”
Stephen Bullivant, Trinity, The: How Not to Be a Heretic

“[in divinitate enim nullus est sexus].”
Stephen Bullivant, Trinity, The: How Not to Be a Heretic

“the doctrine of the Trinity is neither more nor less than the Christian understanding of who God is.”
Stephen Bullivant, Trinity, The: How Not to Be a Heretic



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