Dr Timothy Bradshaw is Fellow and Tutor in Christian Doctrine, Senior Tutor and Tutor for Admissions. He teaches Christian Doctrine, his research interests being in Systematic Theology especially the contributions of Karl Barth and Wolfhart Pannenberg, and Ecclesiology. He is has the title University Research Lecturer and teaches the University classes on Karl Barth in the Special Theologians course, and he undertakes graduate supervision and examining in this area. He is a great enthusiast for the tutorial system of teaching and learning which he finds creative for tutor as well as student.
He has deep ecumenical interests and commitments, an Anglican himself he has served on many boards concerning ‘faith and order’ issues, and is a member of the International Anglican Orthodox Theological Commission, which recently issued The Church of the Triune God 2006. He was asked to write an Anglican Evangelical commentary on the recent Anglican Roman Catholic statement on Mary, published, Mary: commentary and study guide on the Seattle Statement of the Anglican Roman Catholic International Commission, Anglican Communion Office, 2005. He is an ordained minister and serves in a small congregation on an estate in Oxford.
He still enjoys playing, and discussing at great length, cricket, notably the art of leg spin and left hand batting (see photo).