BA (Hons), BD, MTh (Hons), PhD, Dip T.
Brian Douglas is an Anglican priest and academic who lives near Canberra, Australia’s national capital. He is an Adjunct Research Professor at the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture in Canberra and teaches theology at St Mark’s National Theological Centre in Canberra. Brian's doctoral studies (University of Newcastle, Australia) were in the multiformity of Anglican eucharistic theology and his continuing research and teaching interests are in sacramental theology, especially Anglican eucharistic theology, liturgy and history, Anglican foundations, the diaconate and interfaith dialogue. Brian is the author of the two volume work A Companion to Anglican Eucharistic Theology, as well as The Eucharistic Theology of Edward Bouverie Pusey: Sources, Context and Doctrine within the Oxford Movement and Beyond and more recently The History, Theology and Liturgy of the Eucharist in the Anglican Church of Australia - all published by Brill. Brian has also published several articles in his areas of research interest in international and Australian peer-reviewed journals and is the Editor The Journal of Anglican Studies (A Cambridge University Press Journal) having served for several years as the Book Review editor. Brian is presently researching and writing on the topic The Abundance of God: Sacramental Poetics in the Anglican Tradition.
Brian Douglas, The Abundance of God: Sacramental Poetics in the Anglican Tradition.
Brian Douglas, The Theology, History and Liturgy of the Eucharist in the Anglican Church of Australia (Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill, 2021).