Rachel Muers

Rachel Muers


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Rachel Muers joined the University of Edinburgh in 2022 as the first woman to hold the historic Chair of Divinity. She previously held posts at the University of Exeter (2003-2007) and the University of Leeds (2007-2022). Her main research interests are at the intersections between modern Christian theology and ethics. Areas in which she has published include: the theology of Dietrich Bonhoeffer; theology and intergenerational responsibility; theology, feminism and gender; theology and nonhuman nature; Quaker theology; theology and biblical interpretation, particularly in the context of Jewish-Christian-Muslim relations; poverty and social class; and theologies of war and peace. She is currently working on a monograph bringing together her work on the contexts, voices and forms of contemporary theology.

External positions

World Council of Churches Faith and Order Commission



  • BR Christianity
  • BT Doctrinal Theology
  • BJ Ethics


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