Haddon Wilmer Sealing and Enlightenments: Aspects of the Early Christian Doctrine of Baptism (PhD)--University of Cambridge, 1970.
Bruce Milne. The idea of sin in the thought of Reinhold Niebuhr and Karl Barth (PhD)--University of Edinburgh, 1971.
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.
Roland Sokolowski 'Sin as Good News': Towards a keygmatic doctrine of sin in conversation with Irenaeus of Lyons (PhD)-- University of Wales, 2016.
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
Janet E. Tollington Continuity and Divergence - A Study of Haggai and Zechariah in Relation to Earlier Old Testament Prophetic Literature (DPhil)—University of Oxford, 1991. Published.
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 F. Balchin The Significance of Colossians 1.15-20 in the Context of New Testament Christology (PhD)-- University of London, 1983.
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.
Stephen Dray From consensus to chaos: an historical analysis of evangelical interpretation of 1 Timothy 2: 8-15 from 1945-2001 (PhD)-- University of Wales, 2002.
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.
Ed Kaneen, Discipleship as Slavery: Investigating the Slavery Metaphor in the Gospel of Mark (PhD)-- University of Durham, 2016.
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
Brian Stanley. Home Support for Overseas Missions in Early Victorian England, c.1838-1873. (PhD)-- University of Cambridge, 1979.
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 of 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.
Mark Hopkins Baptists, Congregationalists, and theological change: some late nineteenth century leaders and controversies (DPhil)-- University of Oxford, 1988. Published.
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.
William C. R. Hancock Passion without Perception: Nonconformity and Politics from 1893 to 1914 (PhD)-- University of London, 1992.
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.
Michael Nicholls Concepts of Baptist ministry mainly in the period between 1850 and 1900 (PhD)-- University of Keele, 1999.
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
Peter Morden 'Communion with Christ and his people': the spirituality of C.H. Spurgeon (1834-92) (PhD)-- University of Wales, 2010.
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.
Edwin J. Hale Pastoral implications of a postmodern theological perspective for christian funeral services and associated pastoral care (PhD)--University of Nottingham, 1994.
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.
Julian Gotobed Living with Jesus: Practical Christologies in Two Boston American Baptist Churches (PhD)-- Boston University, 2010.
Helen Wordsworth How far does parish nursing make a difference to the mission of English churches? (DMin)-- University of Trinity St David, Wales, 2011. Published.
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, 2012.
Anthony J. Clarke Forming Ministers or Training Leaders? An Exploration of Practice and the Pastoral Imagination (DMin)--University of Chester, 2017.