Discipline of Theological Ethics

Prof Anthony G Reddie

College of Human Sciences
School of Humanities
Department: Philosophy, Practical and Systematic Theology
Research Fellow
E-mail: agreddie@gmail.com

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Fields of academic interests

  • Participative approaches to Black Theology
  • Interface between Practical Theology and Critical Pedagogy
  • Black Christian formation and Conscientization

Field of Specialisation

  • Black Liberation theology
  • Christian Education
  • Practical Theology

Journal articles

Book chapters (most recent):

  • ‘The Anti Blackness Problematic of Post colonial Christianity in Britain" Drew Smith, William Ackah and Anthony G. Reddie (eds.) Churches, Blackness, and Contested Multiculturalism: Europe, Africa, and North America (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014), pp.11-30

  • ‘Beginning Again: Re-thinking Christian Education in Light of the Great Commission'. Mitzi J. Smith and Lalitha Jayachitra (eds.) Teaching All Nation: Interrogating the Matthean Great Commission (Minneapolis: Fortress press, 2014), pp.239-252

  • Black Theology and the Global Economy' Katie G. Cannon and Anthony B Pinn (eds.) Oxford Handbook on African American Theology New York: OUP 2014, pp.402-414

Journal articles (most recent):

  • ‘Telling the Truth and Shaming the Devil: Using Caribbean Proverbial Wisdom for Raising the Critical Consciousness of African Caribbean People in Postcolonial Britain’. Black Theology: An International Journal, Vol.13, No.1, 2015, pp.41-58

  • ‘Living Out Faith: Black Christianity in Britain and Transformative Christian Education as a riposte to the historical negation of Blackness.' Black Theology: An International Journal, Vol.11, No.3, 2013, 342-362

  • ‘The Quest For Liberation and Inclusivity' Ecumenical Review 64.4 World Council of Churches December 2012 pp.530-545



  • Investigating the nexus between Black and Postcolonial theologies (Book project with Palgrave Macmillan)
  • The role of Diversity in Theological Education
  • Christian Education as a form of Critical Pedagogy