Cafe Theology

By Michael Lloyd

Exploring love, the universe, and everything

‘If theology doesn’t stretch our minds, it probably won’t stretch our lives.’

In Café Theology, Michael Lloyd invites us to travel on a journey from Creation to New Creation, visiting the Fall, the Incarnation, Resurrection and Ascension, and stopping off at the Trinity and the Church. Michael’s inimitable gift for mixing insightful theology with unflinching honesty and a fantastic sense of humour offers an enriching view of life and the Life-Giver.

You don’t have to be a professor to understand this book – it’s written for anyone who wants to explore theology more deeply, with a study guide to help think through each topic. Readers will be refreshed and encouraged as this distinctive book makes theology applicable to our ordinary lives.

This fourth edition includes a study guide for each chapter and is also available as an ebook.

Michael Lloyd is the Principal of Wycliffe Hall in Oxford. He wrote his doctoral thesis on the problem of evil – giving him the infamous name among his students, Dr Evil. Michael studied theology at Durham University, as part of his ordination training at Cranmer Hall. He did his doctoral work at Worcester College Oxford, under Professor Paul Fiddes. He has taught theology at Cambridge and Oxford Universities, and he contributes to the GodPod, a theological podcast.

Product details:

  • Author: Michael Lloyd
  • English Paperback
  • Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
  • Published: January 2020 (4th edition)
  • First published: 2005
  • Weight: 419g
  • Number of Pages: 416
  • Thickness: 30 mm
  • Height: 216 mm
  • Width: 135 mm
  • ISBN: 9781473696112
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About the author

Michael Lloyd is the Principal of Wycliffe Hall in Oxford. He wrote his doctoral thesis on the problem of evil – giving him the infamous name among his students, Dr Evil. Michael studied theology at Durham University, as part of his ordination training at Cranmer Hall. He did his doctoral work at Worcester College Oxford, under Professor Paul Fiddes. He has taught theology at Cambridge and Oxford Universities, and he contributes to the GodPod, a theological podcast.