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Brandon Gallaher


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Brandon Gallaher is a senior lecturer of systematic and comparative theology in the University of Exeter's Department of Theology and Religion; he also serves as the Orthodox associate chaplain in Exeter's Multi-Faith Chaplaincy. Previously, he was a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow in the Faculty of Theology and Religion, University of Oxford. During the spring of 2014, he was a fellow of the University of Notre Dame’s Institute for Advanced Study, where his research focused on secularism, politics, and the episcopate in modern Roman Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy. He is the author of Freedom and Necessity in Modern Trinitarian Theology (2016) and The Patristic Witness of Georges Florovsky: Essential Writings (2018, edited with Paul Ladouceur). Gallaher holds an M.A. from McGill University, M.Div. from St Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary, and M.St. and D.Phil. from Oxford University.

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