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The Latimer Trust have a number of different publications that are useful in all aspects and areas of ministry.
You can find the full collection of our publications here.
If you would like to submit a manuscript or proposal to be considered for publication, you can find out more about that through our publishing page.
The Latimer Trust provide research and
reading week grants, not exceeding £2000.
For research grants, priority will be given to the fields of Christian Doctrine and Historical Theology, with an emphasis on the practical benefits for today's church.
The application process for grants 2020 is now close but will re-open in December.
Thank you very much for your applications!
The Latimer Trust provides financial support for four research fellows. These meet together a few times a year to discuss our publications with our Chairman and Vice-Chair.
Gerald Bray is our director of research. He is currently working on three books, and also lectures around the globe. In the next year he will be lecturing at Moore College in Sydney, and George Whitfield College in Cape Town.
Kirsty Birkett is part-time Associate Minister at St Paul's Hadley Wood. She is currently researching the interface between psychology and biblical anthropology, with an emphasis on resilience, happiness and models of emotion.
Andrew Atherstone is Latimer Research Fellow at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, where he teaches church history. His primary area of research is the history of Evangelicalism and Anglicanism, from the 18th century to the present. For details of Andrew’s publications, see here:
Martin Davie produces books, articles and regular book reviews which are published by Latimer Trust and by
other bodies, in particular the Church of England Evangelical Council for which he is the theological consultant . The current focus of his work is on the debate about human sexuality, bishops andepiscopal jurisdiction and the Athanasian Creed.
We keep our supporters updated with the work that we do through our quarterly newsletter 'Latimer News'
Martin Davie, one of our research fellows, produces a Monthly reading list of books, both Latimer and others, which can be found on our website
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