Dr Rebecca Skreslet Hernandez

Research Associate

Rebecca’s current research, tentatively titled, Daily Miracles: Stories of Lived Theology in Egypt, looks at the lived experience and theological engagement of Egyptian Christians in the contemporary period. It aims to bring into focus the distinct perspectives that Egyptian Christians contribute to global theological discussions, highlighting themes of freedom, embodiment, and hope.

Rebecca’s recent publications include:

The Legal Thought of Jalal al-Din al-Suyuti: Authority and Legacy (OUP, 2017)

“At the Borders of Identity: Reflections on Egyptian Protestant Public Theology in the Wake of the Arab Spring.” Exchange: Journal of Contemporary Christianities in Context 49:3-4 (2020), 237-256.

“On Being Together: The Role of Lived Experience in Scriptural Reasoning.” (forthcoming)