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Court Oak Gospel & Culture Forum
Promoting a Christian confidence in learning, science and the arts
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Members include:

Revd. Matthew Baynham
Formerly taught New Testament Studies and English Literature at Bishop Grosseteste College of Higher Education, Lincoln, England (also Chaplain and Warden at the College). Matthew is a member of the University of Liverpool Anglican Chaplaincy team, with special responsibility for ministry amongst staff with pastoral, evangelistic and academic duties.

Dr. Paul Cavill
Lecturer in Anglo-Saxon Literature at Nottingham University and author of many books including "Anglo-Saxon Christianity" and "Vikings, Fear and Faith".

Doug Gallaher
Administrator of COG&CF. He worked as a friend together with Lesslie Newbigin for several years.

Dr. Tom Hartman
Visiting lecturer in genetics at University of Nottingham and Queen Mary's, University of London.

Dr. Heather Ward
Teacher of English Literature in schools and higher education. Currently teaches theology in further and higher education. Author of "Streams in Dry Land" and "The Gift of Self".

Dr Kevin Vaughan
Formerly Medical Superintendant at Kisiizi Hospital, Uganda & General Practitioner in Smethwick, West Midlands, England. Kevin is currently Associate General Secretary of CMF - Christian Medical Fellowship, 157 Waterloo Road, London SE1 8XN

Andy Swinford
Teaches a wide range of English Literature to A level at a grammar school in Birmingham, England. For his Masters degree he studied the poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins.


For exploring the implications of ethics within schools and teaching


"The Christian Tradition in English Literature"

for students, teachers and all who care about literature - a series of essays exploring the Christian background and implications of literature

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Due for publication in 2006 by Zondervan

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