Deacon Duncan Macpherson, M. A., D.Min
Preaching, Religion, Theology, Palestine, Hinduism, Christianity, Homiletics, Christian-Muslim dialogue, Jerusalem, Liturgical, Liturgical preaching, Arab Christians
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Duncan Macpherson is a Doctor of Ministry in Preaching. From 1967 to 2000 he taught in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at St Mary's University College, Twickenham where he is now a visiting Senior Research Fellow. He serves as Features Editor of The Preacher and is a tutor of the College of Preachers. He is also a member of the US-based Academy of Homiletics and of the Catholic Association of Teachers of Homiletics. A Permanent Deacon in the Catholic Archdiocese of Westminster, he preaches widely and organises workshops on preaching. His publications include The Pilgrim Preacher: Palestine, Pilgrimage and Preaching ( London: Melisende), 2004 and 2008 and The Splendour of the Preachers: New Approaches to Liturgical Preaching ( London: Saint Paul’s Publishing) 2011. He is married, with four adult children, twelve grandchildren and one great grandchild.

 

Also

Duncan offers workshops and talks as a free-lance tutor and consultant in the following areas:

1. Primary Area:

Preaching

Holy Land Studies

2. Other Areas of Competence:

Training of readers
Christian-Muslim Relations
Christianity in the Arab World
Hinduism
Inter-faith Dialogue
Pilgrimage to the Holy Land and Jordan
The Politics of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Religious Heritage tours in Britain
General Theology

Duncan will consider offering lectures and organising workshops in these areas. He is also experienced in and interested in organising further study-pilgrimages in Britain and in the Middle East.

Preaching, Religion, Theology, Palestine, Hinduism, Christianity, Homiletics, Christian-Muslim dialogue, Jerusalem, Liturgical, Liturgical preaching, Arab Christians