Dr Ralph Norman


NameDr Ralph Norman
Job titlePrincipal Lecturer
Research instituteSchool of Humanities

Research outputs

The great sacrifice: G. M. Hopkins, H. P. Liddon, and the divine victim

Norman, R. 2018. The great sacrifice: G. M. Hopkins, H. P. Liddon, and the divine victim. The Hopkins Quarterly. XLV (1-2), pp. 15-48.

The law of sacrifice: G. M. Hopkins, H. S. Holland, and Oxford Anglicanism

Norman, R. 2018. The law of sacrifice: G. M. Hopkins, H. S. Holland, and Oxford Anglicanism. Religion and the Arts. 22 (4), pp. 405-428. https://doi.org/10.1163/15685292-02204002

"Ascetic co-operation": Henry Scott Holland and Gerard Manley Hopkins

Norman, R. 2016. "Ascetic co-operation": Henry Scott Holland and Gerard Manley Hopkins.

"Ascetic co-operation": Henry Scott Holland and Gerard Manley Hopkins

Norman, R. 2017. "Ascetic co-operation": Henry Scott Holland and Gerard Manley Hopkins. Collingwood and British Idealism Studies. 23 (1), pp. 67-96.

Lord Herbert of Cherbury, religions and prayer

Norman, R. 2013. Lord Herbert of Cherbury, religions and prayer. in: Diemling, M. and Herbst, T. (ed.) Interpreting the ‘Spirit of Assisi’: Challenges to Interfaith Dialogue in a Pluralistic World Canterbury Franciscan International Study Centre. pp. 267-294

Practice makes perfect: using the curriculum to foster critical thinking

Norman, R. 2008. Practice makes perfect: using the curriculum to foster critical thinking.

Teaching theology in a modern university: transition and progression

Norman, R. 2009. Teaching theology in a modern university: transition and progression.

Prayer, fasting and exorcism: Mark 9.29 and the Transfiguration of Jesus

Norman, R. 2010. Prayer, fasting and exorcism: Mark 9.29 and the Transfiguration of Jesus.

Christianity and transgender

Norman, R. 2010. Christianity and transgender.

How theology can be made simpler

Norman, R. 2002. How theology can be made simpler. New Blackfriars. 83 (982), pp. 556-573.

Abelard's legacy: why theology is not faith seeking understanding

Norman, R. 2007. Abelard's legacy: why theology is not faith seeking understanding. Australian EJournal of Theology. 10.

Sexual symbolism, religious language and the ambiguity of the spirit: associative themes in Anglican poetry and philosophy

Norman, R. 2007. Sexual symbolism, religious language and the ambiguity of the spirit: associative themes in Anglican poetry and philosophy. Theology and Sexuality. 13 (3), pp. 233-256. https://doi.org/10.1177/1355835807078258

Methodius and methodologies: ways of reading third-century Christian sexual symbolism

Norman, R. 2006. Methodius and methodologies: ways of reading third-century Christian sexual symbolism. Theology and Sexuality. 13 (1), pp. 79-100. https://doi.org/10.1177/1355835806069786

Theological foundations of action research for learning and teaching

Norman, R. 2008. Theological foundations of action research for learning and teaching. Discourse. 8 (1), pp. 114-140.

Jouissance, generation and the coming of God

Norman, R. 2008. Jouissance, generation and the coming of God. Theology and Sexuality. 14 (2), pp. 153-180. https://doi.org/10.1177/1355835807087059

Rediscovery of mysticism

Norman, R. 2007. Rediscovery of mysticism. in: Jones, G. (ed.) The Blackwell Companion to Modern Theology Wiley-Blackwell. pp. 449-465

How theology can be made simpler (II)

Norman, R. 2002. How theology can be made simpler (II). Modern Believing.

How theology can be made simpler (I)

Norman, R. 2002. How theology can be made simpler (I). Modern Believing. 44, pp. 29-38.

Beyond the ultimate sphere: the ascension and eschatology

Norman, R. 2001. Beyond the ultimate sphere: the ascension and eschatology. Modern Believing. 42 (2), pp. 3-15.

Problems for the 'social trinity': counting God

Norman, R. 2000. Problems for the 'social trinity': counting God. Modern Believing. 41 (3), pp. 3-13.
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