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Anglican Dogmatic Theology in its Contemporary Context.

Andrew Campbell

BA, MTh, PhD

Andrew Campbell is Rector of St Swithin’s Magherafelt in Armagh Diocese. Before training at the Church of Ireland Theological Institute, Andrew worked as a Student Worker within the Church of Ireland Chaplaincy at Ulster University and then as a Youth Worker in St Nicholas’ Carrickfergus. Since ordination, he served a Deacon Internship at St Anne’s Cathedral Belfast (Connor Diocese), a curacy in Bangor Abbey (Down Diocese) and as Rector of Patrick’s Broughshane (Parish of Skerry, Rathcavan and Newtowncrommlin) in Connor Diocese, before taking up his current role. His undergraduate study was undertaken at Queen’s University Belfast in Ancient History and Byzantine Studies with specialisations in Early and Medieval (Eastern European) Church History. He also holds a Master’s degree in Theology again from QUB. In 2017, he was awarded a PhD for his research on Nonviolent Atonement Theology under the Supervision of Stephen N. Williams. He has had papers published in journals, including Search, Churchman, and the European Journal of Theology and is currently under contract to publish a book on Nonviolent Atonement in the Wipf and Stock Analysing Theology Series. He sits on various church committees, including the Church and Society Commission and is an Associate Fellow and Trustee of the Kirby Laing Centre for Public Theology in Cambridge. Andrew is married to Allison; they have two children, Henry and Charlotte.

Counselling Skills

Eamon McElwee


Eamon McElwee is an accredited counsellor, supervisor and trainer, working in private practice. He lectures on counselling, supervision and group psychotherapy on various training courses throughout the country. He has been teaching in CITI since 1998. He works as a psychotherapist with individuals and couples in the Surgery, Strand Street, Skerries, Co. Dublin.