Haddon Wilmer Sealing and Enlightenments: Aspects of the Early Christian Doctrine of Baptism (PhD)--University of Cambridge, 1970.
Brian Haymes The concept of the knowledge of God (PhD)—University of Exeter, 1976. Published.
Raymond Burnish The baptism of the Christian adult: theme and variations (PhD)-- University of Nottingham, 1983.
Robert Ellis Can God act in history? : a Whiteheadian perspective (D.Phil.)--University of Oxford, 1984
Anthony Thacker Karl Barth's understanding of the Resurrection : analysis, discussion and contrast (D.Phil.)--University of Oxford, 1984
John Colwell Actuality and provisionality : a study of the relationship between the concept of eternity and the doctrine of election in the theology of Karl Barth (PhD)-- King’s College London, 1985. Published.
Richard Kidd Human fallenness : a comparative study in the theologies of Paul Tillich and Karl Rahner (D.Phil.)--University of Oxford, 1987
Julie Hopkins The understanding of history in English-speaking Western Christian feminist theology (PhD)--University of Bristol, 1988
Nigel Wright Disavowing Constantine : mission, church and the social order in the theologies of John Howard Yoder and Jurgen Moltmann (PhD)-- King’s College London, 1994. Published.
G. Michael Thomas The Extent of the Atonement: a dilemma for Reformed Theology from Calvin to the Consensus (1536-1675) (PhD)-- Brunel University 1994. Published.
Paul Sheppy Liturgy and death : an examination of the pastoral and theological issues relating to funerals, with special reference to selected funerary rites (PhD)-- University of Leeds, 1995. Published.
Nicholas Wood Confessing Christ in a plural world : a missiological approach to inter-faith relations with particular reference to Kenneth Cragg and Lesslie Newbigin (D.Phil.)--University of Oxford, 1996. Published as Faiths and Faithfulness (Paternoster, 2009)
Philip Clements-Jewery Persons in prayer : intercessory prayer in the light of the New Testament and of modern theological and philosophical thought (PhD)—University of Manchester, 1996. Published.
Keith Clements (PhD)-- University of Bristol, 1997.
Stephen Holmes Ad maiorem dei gloriam : an examination of Jonathan Edwards' account of God's self-glorification (PhD)—King’s College London, 1999. Published as God of Grace, God of Glory (T & T Clark, 2000)
Ruth Gouldbourne Theology and Gender in the Writings of Caspar Schwenckfeld (Ph.D)-- University of London, 2000. Published.
Steve Latham "Is there any word from the Lord?" : schools of contemporary Christian prophecy (PhD)-- King's College London, 2000.
Peter Stevenson The Person and Work of Christ in the preaching and theology of John McLeod Campbell (PhD)-- King’s College London, 2001. Published.
Craig Gardiner Melodies of Community: Towards a Theology of Christian Community through the metaphor of music, with particular reference to Dietrich Bonhoeffer and the Iona Community (PhD)--University of Wales, 2005.
Kate Coleman Exploring Métissage: A Theological Anthropology of Black Women's Subjectivities in Postcolonial Britain (PhD)-- University of Birmingham, 2005.
Chris Voke Christian corporate worship and the doctrine of creation: the theological and practical implications of their relationship (PhD)-- University of Wales (Spurgeon's College), 2005. Published as Creation at Worship (Paternoster, 2009)
Ian Stackhouse Revivalism, Faddism and the Practices of the Church: A theological trajectory for charismatic renewal in the United Kingdom (PhD)-- Brunel University, 2007.
Darrell Jackson The Discourse of 'Belonging' and Baptist Church Membership in Contemporary Britain: Historical, Theological and Demotic elements of a Post-Foundational Theological Proposal (Th.D)-- University of Birmingham, 2009.
Paul Goodliff Contemporary Baptist Theologies of Ministry and Ordination: A Theological and Empirical Study of Change, Continuity and Sacramentalism (D.Min)-- King's College London, 2009. Published as Ministry, Sacrament and Representation (Regent's Park College, 2010)
Michael I Bochenski Transforming Faith Communities: a comparative study of radical Christianity in sixteenth-centry Anabaptism and late twentieth-century Latin America (PhD)--University of Wales, 2010. Published as Transforming Faith Communities (Wipf & Stock, 2013)
Sally Nelson Confronting Meaningless Suffering: From Suffering-as-Insult to Suffering-as-Ontological-Impertinence (PhD)--Manchester, 2011
Michael Peat Affirming our human nature : a theological consideration of prenatal genetic modification (DPhil)--Oxford, 2011
Ben Dare Foundations of ‘Ecological Reformation’: A Critical Study of Jürgen Moltmann’s Contributions towards a ‘New Theological Architecture’ for Environment Care (PhD)--Cardiff, 2012
John Billingham. Divine Authority and Covenant Community in Contemporary Culture (DPhil)-- University of Oxford, 2014.
Rosa Hunt The Self-Enclosing God. John Chrysostom and Ephrem Syrus on divine self-limitation as gift of love in Genesis 1–3 (PhD)-- University of Wales, 2015.
Ronald E. Clements The divine dwelling place in the Old Testament (PhD)-- University of Sheffield, 1961.
David Spriggs Towards an Understand of Old Testament Theology: A Critical Assessment of the Contributions of Eichrodt and von Rad to Old Testament Theology (DPhil)-- University of Oxford, 1972.
Rex Mason The use of earlier biblical material in Zachariah 9-14: a study of inner biblical exegesis (PhD)-- King’s College London, 1973.
Paul Fiddes The hiddenness of wisdom in the Old Testament and later Judaism (D.Phil.)-- University of Oxford, 1976.
Derek Fraser Community and discipline : some early stages of community discipline in the Old Testament : the priestly writer's attempt to control the Israelite community in the sixth century B.C. by means of the Aaronide manifesto (PhD)-- University of Glasgow, 1988.
Ernest Lucas Akkadian prophecies, omens and myths as background for Daniel chapters 7-12 (Ph.D)—University of Liverpool, 1989
Hazel Sherman Reading Zechariah : an attempt to assess the allegorical tradition of Biblical interpretation through the commentary of Didymus the blind (Ph.D) - University of Birmingham, 1995. Published.
Deborah W. Rooke The role and development of the high priesthood with particular reference to the post-Exilic period (D.Phil)--Univeristy of Oxford, 1996. Published.
Helen Dare Always on the way and in the fray: British Baptist hermeneutics in dialogue with Walter Brueggemann (Ph.D)--Bristol, 2013.
Helen Paytner Reduced laughter : seriocomic features and their functions in the book of Kings (Ph.D)-- Bristol, 2015. Published.
George Beasley-Murray The Eschatological Discourse of Mark 13: Its Origin and Significance (PhD)-- University of London, 1952. Published.
Ralph P. Martin Philippians ii.5-11 in Recent Interpretation and in the Setting of Early Christian Worship (PhD)-- King's College London, 1963. Published.
Paul Beasley-Murray The Lordship of Christ over the World in the Corpus Paulinum (PhD)-- Manchester, 1970
Edward Burrows A study of the agreements of Matthew and Luke against Mark (DPhil)-- University of Oxford, 1970.
Marie E. Isaacs The concept of pneuma in Hellenistic Judaism and its bearing on the New Testament (D.Phil)-- University of Oxford, 1972. Published.
John Morgan-Wynne The Holy Spirit and religious experience in Christian literature c.90 - 200 ad (PhD)-- University of Durham, 1987. Published.
David Intone-Brewer Techniques and assumption in Jewish exegesis before 70 C.E (PhD)-- University of Cambridge, 1989.
R. Alistair Campbell The elders: seniority within earliest Christianity (PhD)-- University of London, 1992. Published.
Mary E. Cotes Image of Women in the Gospel of Mark (PhD)-- University of Manchester, 1993.
Terry Griffith 'Little children, keep yourselves from idols' (1 John 5:21): the form and function of the ending of the first Epistle of John (PhD)-- King's College London, 1996.
Steven Finamore God, order and chaos : a history of the interpretation of Revelation's plague sequences (6.1-17; 8.1-9.21, 11.15-19; 15.1, 15.7-16.21) and an assessment of the value of René Girard's thought for the understanding of these vision (D.Phil.)-- University of Oxford, 1997. Published.
Tim Carter Beyond the pale : a socio-cultural perspective on the power of sin in Paul's letters (D.Phil.)-- University of Oxford, 1998. Published
Sean Winter Worthy of the gospel of Christ : a study in the situation and strategy of Paul's Epistle to the Philippians (D.Phil.)--University of Oxford, 1998
George M. Wieland The Significance of Salvation: A Study of Salvation Language in the Pastoral Epistles(PhD)-- Aberdeen, 2003. Published by Paternoster, 2005.
Simon Perry Resurrecting interpretation: technology, hermeneutics and the parable of the rich man and Lazarus (Luke 16:19-31) (PhD)-- University of Bristol, 2005. Published.
David Southall Rediscovering righteousness in Romans: personified dikaiosune within metaphoric and narratorial settings (PhD)-- University of Wales (Spurgeon's College), 2007. Published.
Simon Woodman Baptist Hermeneutics and the Book of Revelation (PhD)-- University of Cardiff, 2012.
Edward Pillar Resurrection as Anti-Imperial Gospel: 1 Thessalonians 1.9b-10 in Context (PhD)-- University of Wales, 2012. Published.
E. Anne Clements Mothers on the margin?: an investigation into the five women of Matthew's geneaology and their significance, both as individuals and collectively, for the gospel narrative (PhD)-- University of Wales, 2012. Published.
Barrington R. White The development of the doctrine of the Church among the English separatists with especial reference to Robert Browne and John Smyth (DPhil)-- University of Oxford, 1961. Published.
Raymond Brown Evangelical ideas of perfection: a comparative study of the spirituality of men and movements in nineteenth century England (PhD)-- University of Cambridge, 1964.
Derek Murray The Social and Religious Origins of Scottish Non-Presbyterian Protestant Dissent from 1730-1800 (PhD)-- University of St. Andrews, 1977.
Stephen Brachlow Puritan theology and radical churchmen in pre-revolutionary England : with special reference to Henry Jacob and John Robinson (DPhil)-- University of Oxford, 1979. Published
Derek Tidball English nonconformist home missions (PhD)—University of Keele, 1982
Michael J. Walker. Baptists at the Table: The Theology of the Lord's Supper amongst English Baptists in the Nineteenth Century (PhD)--University you London, 1986. Published.
Karen Smith The community and the believer : a study of Calvinistic Baptist spirituality in some towns and villages of Hampshire and the borders of Wiltshire, c. 1730-1830 (D.Phil.)--University of Oxford, 1987. Forthcoming.
Roger Hayden Evangelical Calvinism among eighteenth-century British baptists with particular reference to Bernard Foskett, Hugh and Caleb Evans and the Bristol Baptist Academy, 1690-1791 (PhD)—University of Keele, 1991. Published.
Ian Randall Movements of evangelical spirituality in inter-war England (Ph.D) University of Wales, 1997. Published.
Anthony R. Cross The theology and practice of baptism amongst British baptists, 1900-1996. 2 vols. (PhD)—University of Keele, 1997. Published.
Peter Shepherd John Howard Shakespeare and the English Baptists, 1898-1924 (Ph.D)-- University of Durham, 1999. Published.
Clive Jarvis Growth in English Baptist churches : with special reference to the Northamptonshire Particular Baptist Association (1770-1830) (PhD)-- University of Glasgow, 2001
Christopher Ellis Baptist worship : liturgical theology from a Free Church perspective (PhD)-- University of Leeds, 2002. Published.
Ian Stackhouse Revivalism, Faddism and the Practices of the Church: A theological trajectory for charismatic renewal in the United Kingdom (PhD)-- London School of Theology, 2003. Published.
James M. Gordon Principal James Denney, 1856-1917 : An examination of his intellectual and theological development, with special reference to the historical, social, intellectual and religious context of late Victorian and Edwardian Scotland (PhD)-- University of Edinburgh, 2004. Published.
Paul Walker The Revd Peter Thomas Stanford: 'Birmingham's Coloured Preacher' (PhD)-- University of Manchester, 2004. Forthcoming.
Rob Warner Fissured Resurgence: Developments in English Pan-Evangelicalism, 1966-2001 (PhD)-- King’s College London, 2006. Published as Re-Inventing English Evangelicalism, 1966-2001 (Paternoster, 2007)
Keith Jones The European Baptist Federation : A case study in European Baptist interdependency 1950-2006 (PhD)--IBTS, 2007. Published.
Timothy Welch “God Found His Moses”: A Biographical and Theological Analysis of the Life of Joseph Smale (1867-1926) (PhD)--Birmingham, 2009
Simon Oxley World Council of Churches and 'ecumenical consciousness': : how the constitutional responsibility of fostering 'ecumenical consciousness' has been reflected in the World Council of Churches' educational and formational activities from 1948-2006 (PhD)--University of Manchester, 2010.
Richard Pollard 'To revive experimental religion or primitive Christianity in faith and practice': the pioneering evangelicalism of Dan Taylor (1738-1816) (PhD)--University of Wales, 2014
David Goodbourn The development of religious consciousness : an enquiry into the process by which individuals develop religion-related interpretations of everyday life, and its implications for adult Christian education (PhD)--University of Manchester, 1989.
Craig Millward Chalk and Cheese? An account of the impact of Restorationist ecclesiology upon the Baptist Union - with particular reference to those churches in joint fellowship with the Baptist Union of Great Britain and New Frontiers International (PhD)-- Brunel University, 2003.
Jo Harding Constructions of Abuse Trauma and the Resources of the Religious Imagination (PhD)-- University of Manchester, 2004.
Stephen Heap An evaluation of New Labour from the perspective of ecumenical social thought (PhD)-- University of Sheffield, 2005.
Anne Philips Girls in Transition: the spirituality and faith of girls 11-13 in Baptist churches (PhD)-- University of Manchester, 2009. Published as Faith in Girls (Ashgate, 2011)
Stuart M. Blythe Open-Air Preaching as Radical Street Performance (PhD)-- University of Edinburgh, 2009.
Myra N. Blyth Towards a restorative hermeneutic: Lcoal Christian Communities Responding to Crime and Wrongdoing (PhD)-- University of Birmingham, 2012.
David Dewey The role and practice of personal Bible reading as an instrument of spiritual formation among evangelical Christians (DMin)-- University of Wales.