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Professor Mark Wynn

BA, DPhil

Mark Wynn is the Nolloth Professor of the Philosophy of the Christian Religion in the Faculty of Theology and Religion.

His research rests on the thought that religious traditions constitute extended experiments in human possibilities — and the belief that in some cases, the careful retrieval of those traditions can throw new light on contemporary questions about how to live well. Prof. Wynn is currently leading a project on God-Concepts and Spiritual Wellbeing, which draws on philosophical, theological and empirical perspectives.

Research interests: concepts of God; epistemic significance of tradition; philosophy of religion