Anthony Braddick-Southgate

C. Anthony Braddick-Southgate



College: College of Humanities
Discipline: Theology and Religion
Department: Theology and Religion
Research Centre/Unit: Centre for Biblical Studies

Having graduated with a Bachelor of Divinity from King’s College London in 1992, I then trained for the Anglican priesthood and worked as parish priest in Catford and Peckham (Southeast London) for fifteen years. During that time I went back to King’s and did an MA in Biblical Studies (2008). My dissertation focused on assessing the anti-imperial nature of Paul’s letter to the Romans using Revelation as a base-line.

I currently work as a Community Cohesion Officer for the London Borough of Camden and am the Honorary Assistant Priest at St. Hilda’s Crofton Park.

My main research interests are:

  • the Pauline epistles and the formation of Christian identity
  • religious exclusivity in the New Testament texts
  • the use of the Bible in developing Christian religious beliefs.