Steve Bishop maintains the all of life redeemed web pages. He has a PhD from North West University, Potchefstroom (supervised by Renato Coletto) in Reformational philosophy.
He has an MA in Applied Theology, Trinity College, Bristol, and a BSc (Hons) in Physics with maths (University of East Anglia).
He recently retired from the City of Bristol College, Bristol, is married to a vicar and has three children. He is editor (with John Kok) of On Kuyper (Dordt College Press, 2013).
He is a trustee of Thinking Faith Network (formerly WYSOCS) and an associate fellow at the Kirby Centre for Public Theology.
He blogs at stevebishop.blogspot.com
and tweets @stevebishopuk
Kuyperania - series of reviews of papers/ articles published on Abraham Kuyper
2021. Kuyperania 2021. Koers - Bulletin for Christian Scholarship. https://doi.org/10.19108/KOERS.86.1.2504
Neo-Calvinism/ Reformational philosophy
2009. Reformational Studies: An Annotated Bibliography of B J van der Walt. Bristol: allofliferedeemed.
2011. Editor The First Gleam of Dawn: A B.J. van der Walt Reader. South Africa: IACC.
2011. An interview with B. J. van der Walt. Koers: Bulletin for Christian Scholarship.
2013. Editor (with John H. Kok). On Kuyper: A Collection of Readings On the Life, Work and Legacy of Abraham Kuyper. Sioux Center: Dordt College Press
2015. A History of the Reformational Movement in Britain. II: The Post-World-War II Years to the end of the Twentieth Century. Koers: Bulletin for Christian Scholarship.
2015. A History of the Reformational Movement in Britain: The Pre-World War II Years. Koers: Bulletin for Christian Scholarship.
2016. Tribute to E.L. Hebden Taylor (1925-2006): A British Export to North America. Pro Rege 44(4): 1-8.
2017. Perceptions of Reformational philosophy – an empirical study. Koers: Bulletin for Christian Scholarship.
2020. Engaging and enriching non-Christian thought: the case of Andrew Basden Pro Rege 48(4) (June): 1-8.
A Spanish version is available here kindly translated by (c) Zabdi Garcia Aguilar
2020. Abraham Kuyper: Cultural Transformer Foundations (Nov) 79: 60-76.
2021. You should know neo-Calvinism Laymen's Lounge (February))
2021. You should know Vollenhoven Laymen's Lounge (March)
2021. You should know Groen van Prinsterer Layman's Lounge (June)
2021. You should know Gordon J. Spykman Layman's Lounge (October)
Science and science education
1993. Science and faith: boa constrictors and warthogs. Themelios 19 (Oct)
1993. Constructivism. Spectrum 25 (2) (Summer)
1994. Introductory resources for the interaction of science and Christianity. Themelios 19 (Jan/Feb)
1995. Process science? Spectrum 27 (1) (Spring)
1997. Charis Science. St. Albans: ACT (contributor)
2000. A typology of science and religion. Evangelical Quarterly 72(1) (PDF)
Technology and technology education
1991. Towards a Christian perspective on technology. Spectrum 23 (1)(1991)
1993. The religious dimension of technology. RE Today 10 (3) (Summer 1993)
1996. Beliefs shape mathematics. Spectrum vol. 28 (2) (Summer)
A version in Spanish is available here. Kindly translated by (c) José Ernesto Garcia Andrade, Rector del Colegio Superior de Teologia <<Refoma Protestante>>
1997. Bibliography of maths education and Christianity. In Entry Points for Christian Reflection within Education ed. P. MacKenzie et al. London: Care for Education.
2012. Contributions to the God and Math website
- (Euler), (Leibniz), (Pascal), (Nightingale), (Bayes), (Hamilton), (Babbage), (Cauchy), (Riemann), (Venn), (Salmon), (Stokes), (Martyn), (Cundy), (Milner)
- (An Interview with Andrew Hartley)
- (William Carey: Statistics and the Modern Missionary Movement)
Environmental ethics and green issues
1991. Deep ecology and green theology: New Age or new creation? Themelios (April)
1991. The Earth is the Lord's. Bristol: Regius Press (with C. Droop)
1992. A Fox in sheep's clothing. Third Way 14 (10)
1996. Defending God's Earth. Woman Alive (August)
1997. Protestant missionary education in British India. Evangelical Quarterly 69 (3)
2001. Bishop Barnes, science and religion. Quoldlibet 3(4) Fall
1997. Commentary in Third Way April
2004. God, time and eternity Quodlibet 6(1) Jan-March