Oliver Crisp is professor of analytic theology as a member of the Institute for Analytic and Exegetical Theology in the School of Divinity at the University of St. Andrews. Before that, he was a professor of systematic theology at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. He was born and raised in West London, England, and educated at Wimbledon School of Art; the University of Aberdeen (BD, MTh); and King’s College, London (PhD). He has taught at the universities of St Andrews, Bristol, and Regent College, Vancouver, B.C., and has held post-doctoral fellowships at Notre Dame and CTI, Princeton. He is a past Secretary, Society for the Study of Theology, UK; Past committee member, British Society for Philosophy of Religion; Founding editor, Journal of Analytic Theology; series editor Oxford Studies in Analytic Theology; and co-founder/organizer of the annual LA Theology Conferences. He serves on editorial boards of International Journal of Systematic Theology, and Jonathan Edwards Studies. He currently serves on steering committee of AAR Christian Systematic Theology Section and the Analytic Theology Consultation for ETS. He is the author of nine books, and (co-)editor of ten other books, as well as over 80 articles and essays. His most recent publications are Deviant Calvinism: Broadening Reformed Theology (Fortress, 2014), and Jonathan Edwards Among the Theologians (Eerdmans, 2015).
A Moderate Reformed Doctrine of Original Sin
"I shall present a moderate Reformed doctrine of original sin. This does not include a doctrine of original guilt (i.e. that I am guilty of someone else's sin). Also, it is a doctrine consistent with more than one story about human origins (i.e. it does not presume monogenism, the notion that we are descended from an aboriginal human pair).