Peter Gant

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Peter Gant studied physics at Oxford and theology at Cambridge. After ordination and a curacy at St Mary Portsea, he worked as vicar of a parish in the Black Country and then as a senior civil servant in Whitehall. 

Following early retirement, he qualified as a yachtmaster and, for more than ten years, enjoyed sailing on the south coast and shuttling backwards and forwards to France. In addition to serving as chairman of national and local charities, he continued to minister (as he had done throughout his civil service career ) as a non-stipendiary priest in the diocese of Guildford. He also plays chess on London’s West End clubs circuit.

More recently, Peter Gant returned to academic studies at Oxford University under the mentorship of New Testament theologian Robert Morgan. This work led to the award of a further degree and to the writing of Seeing Light. Peter Gant lives in London UK with his partner Judith, who is chair of London’s West Central liberal synagogue.

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  • Pre-order now! Seeing Light: A Critical Enquiry into the Origins of Resurrection Faith

    by Peter Gant

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    Based on a close reading of a wide range of Jewish and early Christian sources, the author explores how faith in the resurrection developed in the Early Church and what believing in the resurrection might mean for twenty-first-century people.

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