Dr. Greg Peters, professor in Biola University’s Torrey Honors College, has recently received the distinguished honor of becoming a research associate of the Von Hügel Institute of Cambridge University. Granted access to all the texts of one of the world’s oldest and most prestigious universities, Peters will be able to continue his work in studying theology alongside fellow theologians.
Peters has been a visiting research scholar since 2019 at the Von Hügel Institute. Although the pandemic prevented Peters’ time at Cambridge from being used to the fullest extent, he still remained a visiting scholar through the summer of 2021. He was offered an associate position, and for the next three years, from the fall of 2021 to the spring of 2024, Peters will continue to research in association with the institute, exploring the vast history of monasticism.
The time spent digging through books and participating in seminars, he reports, is meant to be “analyzing the good, the true, and the beautiful wherever they are to be found,” and working all towards a transformative change in the world. Read more about Peters’ visiting scholar appointment.
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