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Senior Lecturer in Systematic Theology, Whitley College, University of Divinity

Jason Goroncy (PhD, St Andrews) is a Senior Lecturer in systematic theology within the University of Divinity.

His current research interests lie chiefly in the areas of Christian doctrine, theological anthropology (with a particular focus on children, disability, and death), and theological aesthetics.


  • 2015–present
    Senior Lecturer, Whitley College, University of Divinity
  • 2008–2014
    Lecturer & Dean of Studies, Knox Centre for Ministry and Leadership


  • 2010 
    University of St Andrews, PhD


  • 2017
    ‘Ethnicity, Social Identity, and the Transposable Body of Christ', Mission Studies
  • 2017
    ‘Holiness in Victorian and Edwardian England: Some Ecclesial Patterns and Theological Requisitions’, HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies
  • 2017
    ‘Habits as Signs: Some Reflections on the Ethical Shape of Christian Community’, International Journal of Practical Theology
  • 2016
    ‘Euthanasia: Some Theological Considerations for Living Responsibly’, Pacifica
  • 2016
    ‘The Catholicity of Time in the Work of George Mackay Brown’, Pacifica
  • 2014
    Tikkun Olam—To Mend the World: A Confluence of Theology and the Arts, Eugene: Pickwick Publications
  • 2013
    Hallowed be Thy Name: The Sanctification of All in the Soteriology of P.T. Forsyth, London: T&T Clark
  • 2013
    Descending on Humanity and Intervening in History: Notes from the Pulpit Ministry of P.T. Forsyth, Eugene: Pickwick Publications
  • 2011
    ‘Church and Civil Society in the Reformed Tradition: An Old Relationship and a New Communion’, Reformed World
  • 2008
    ‘The Elusiveness, Loss, and Cruciality of Recovered Holiness: Some Biblical and Theological Observations’, International Journal of Systematic Theology
  • 2007
    ‘Fighting Troll-Demons in Vaults of the Mind and Heart – Art, Tragedy and Sacramentality: Some Observations from Ibsen, Forsyth and Dostoevsky’, Princeton Theological Review
  • 2006
    ‘Bitter Tonic for our Time – Why the Church Needs the World: Peter Taylor Forsyth on Henrik Ibsen’, European Journal of Theology