List of all the contributors and authors for Seen & Unseen.

Alastair Gordon is co-founder of Morphē Arts, a painter and art tutor at Leith School of Art.

Benjamin is a DPhil student in the Faculty of History.

J. S. Averill is a writer and children's educator, living in the American Pacific Northwest.

'Sha' serves as the administrator of Indo-Christian Culture, a Twitter account and Medium bl

Abigail Frymann Rouch is a journalist and editor specialising in religious affairs and the arts.  

Adrian Urquidez is founder and owner of Cutman & Co, a barbershop in Solana Beach, California. He and his family live at Oceanside, California, and they enjoy the outdoors.

Alex Frost is a vicar in Burnley, and writer. He is vicar of St Matthew’s Church, which serves part of the Lancashire Town, where he grew up, including running a food bank.

Alex Hughes is Archdeacon of Cambridge in the Diocese of Ely. He has written on various topics including philosophical theology, liturgy and ministry.

Alex Stewat runs the Impact Investing and Emerging Markets group of a boutique London law fir

Alianore Smith is a theologian, communicator and author. She works for a global charity based in London, having previously studied Theology at Durham University.

Alison Harpur is an art historian, specialising in Italian Renaissance art, with further interests in Northern Renaissance art, British art and collecting, and theological methodologies for the his

Alistair Reid is currently studying theology at Oxford University, doing research at the intersection of reformed theology and aesthetics.

Alister McGrath retired as Andreas Idreos Professor of Science and Religion at Oxford University in 2022.

Andrew Briggs is Emeritus Professor of Nanomaterials at the

Dr Andrew Davison works at the intersection of theology, science and philosophy.

Andrew Rumsey is the Bishop of Ramsbury. He is also an author whose writing centres on themes of place and local identity.

Andrew Steane has been Professor of Physics at the University of Oxford since 2002 and a Visiting Professor at various institutes.

The Reverend Canon Dr Andrew Thompson MBE is an Anglican priest who served in Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates. Today he is a vicar in the Parish of Uxbridge in the London Diocese.

Andy Flannagan’s album Drowning in the Shallow was described as “near-perfect” by Cr

Anthony Baker is a theology professor at Seminary of the Southwest in Austin, Texas.