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Judith Wolfe

Professor of Philosophical Theology, University of St. Andrews
BA Interdisciplinary Honours Studies (Hebrew University in Jerusalem), MPhil English Literature, 1500-1660 (University of Oxford), MA Theology (University of Oxford), DPhil Theology (University of Oxford)

Born and raised in Vienna, and educated in Milwaukee, Jerusalem, and Oxford, Prof. Wolfe has taught in Berlin and Oxford, and is now a professor of philosophical theology at the University of St Andrews, Scotland. She is interested in the many ways in which theology, philosophy, literature and art extend and challenge each other, and teaches courses in systematic theology, philosophical theology, and theology and the arts. She has written and edited books on Martin Heidegger, C.S. Lewis, and 19th- and 20th-century theology, and is currently finishing a monograph entitled The Theological Imagination for Cambridge University Press. She’s also founding editor of the Journal of Inklings Studies. Prof. Wolfe has spoken on BBC Radio 4’s In Our Time, PBS’s Closer to Truth, and at festivals, museums, and many conferences. A short documentary about her can be viewed at

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