Meg is a member of the Northern College staff team. She has previously held positions at Exeter University, King’s College London, and Trinity Theological College in Melbourne, Australia. Meg publishes in a wide range of contexts, at both the highest academic and most broadly accessible levels. She particularly enjoys teaching in church contexts and is a Licensed Lay Minister and a member of the General Synod of the Church of England.
Warner, M. (2020). Joseph: A story of resilience. London: SPCK
Warner, M. (2020). ‘Resilience in a Time of COVID-19 – Three Biblical Models: Plague, Uncleanness and Indigestion.’ Crucible October 2020
Warner, M. (2020). ‘Bible and Trauma.’ In C. H. Cook & I. Hamley, (Eds). The Bible and mental health (pp.192-205). London: SCM
Warner, M. (2020). Trauma through the lens of the Bible. In M. Warner, C. Southgate, C. A. Grosch-Miller & H. Ison (Eds.) Tragedies and Christian Congregations: The practical theology of trauma (pp. 81-91). London: Routledge.
Warner, M. (2020). Teach to your daughters a dirge: revisiting the practice of lament in the light of trauma theory. In M. Warner, C. Southgate, C. A. Grosch-Miller & H. Ison (Eds.) Tragedies and Christian Congregations: The practical theology of trauma (pp. 167-181). London: Routledge.
Warner, M. (2019). Finding lot’s daughters. Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, 19(4) pp. 44-58.
Warner, M. (2019). “Sing, O barren one who did not bear”: Childlessness, Blessing, and Vocation in the Old Testament. Modern Believing, 60(2) pp.111–21.
Warner, M. (2019). How does the Old Testament help us think about marriage and same-sex marriage? In Marriage, Same-Sex Marriage, and the Anglican Church of Australia: Essays from the Doctrine Commission (pp. 87-104). Melbourne: Broughton.
Warner, M. (2019). “You shall not do as they do in the land of Egypt”: Joseph and the perils of uber-assimilation as response to involuntary migration, Hebrew Studies, 60, pp.43–54.
Warner, M. (2018). ‘What if They’re Foreign?: Inner-Legal Exegesis in the Ancestral Narratives. In M. G. Brett and J. Wöhrle (Eds.), The Politics of the Ancestors (pp. 67-92). Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck.