College Fellows and Staff

The Rev'd Dr Gray

The Rev'd Dr Brett Gray

Fellow in Theology


Pastoral Tutor

Director of Studies in Theology

College Room: Y01

College Tel: +44 1223 3 38837


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Personal Biography

Brett Gray completed his PhD in Theology while serving as the Assistant Chaplain at Selwyn College. Prior to that he was as a parish priest in the Diocese of St Albans. In addition to his pastoral responsibilities in College, he has recently completed a manuscript (based on his doctoral work) on the thought of Rowan Williams. His other current research interest is in finding theological resources to inform the church’s self-understanding in a post-Christian culture.

Selected Publications

  • 'Clones, Princes, and Beautiful Parodies: Rowan Williams' Negative Literary Christology', Literature and Theology, 29.3 (2015), pp. 284-297
  • 'Reproduction and the Body's Grace' in Thinking Again About Marriage: Key Theological Questions, London: SCM, 2016.
  • Jesus in the Theology of Rowan Williams, forthcoming from T&T Clark/Bloomsbury, November 2016.