Tom Price is a Philosopher/Theologian who is interested in religion and film. He is an Associate Tutor at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, a Senior Academic Tutor at the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics and an apologist for RZIM. He holds degrees in Philosophy (Reading) and Christian Apologetics MA (Biola) and is currently undertaking doctoral research in London looking at the film Director Terrence Malick and Philosophy of Religion.
In recent years Tom has spoken to a variety of audiences (from sponsored academic lectures, seminars for business and marketplace leaders as well as popular level talks and events) in Hong Kong, Europe, South Africa, USA and other places across the world. In the UK, he has provided teaching for major conferences such as New Wine, Keswick, Stewards Trust and Spring Harvest and organisations including; the Baptist Union, HTB: School of Theology, 24/7 prayer, UCCF, Scripture Union and L’Abri. Tom has also undertaken a variety of media work, appearing on BBC1 Songs of Praise, the BBC World Service, Local BBC radio and Premier Christian Radio’s ‘Unbelievable?’ show.
He was previously the Founding Editor of UCCF’s apologetics and worldview website bethinking.org. Tom worked for a number of years with the Damaris Trust (Ethos Media) (as a speaker, conference presenter, film critic and researcher). He is passionate about philosophy and theology that fundamentally takes people seriously, values individuals and engages with the serious questions and objections they have about life and religious beliefs. Tom is married to Caroline, has young children, and they live in Oxford.
Science is the only way of knowing things? Might sound good as an Internet meme, but just isn’t true. pic.twitter.com/Mz462qOVfV
— Tom Price (@abetterhope) March 5, 2016