Don MacGregor grew up in Leicester UK, had a scientific education and did a BSc in Ergonomics at Loughborough University, graduating in 1975. He went on to take a post-graduate teaching certificate in Physics, and taught science at a secondary school for 13 years. He studied various Eastern and esoteric spiritual paths before taking up the Christian path in 1983. In 1991 he went to St John's Theological College, Nottingham, to train for ministry in the Anglican church, and gained an M.A. in Theological Studies. In ministry, he has worked in large and small churches in the Midlands and as a University Chaplain at Loughborough. He moved to West Wales in 2004 and retired from parish ministry in 2013. He continues to study various spiritualities both within and outside of Christian teachings, and has kept up with many new developments in science. His first book, 'Blue Sky God: the Evolution of Science and Christianity', arises out of his reflections on the way forward for science and Christianity in the 21st century. He has now embarked on a series of books which seek to expand the theological framework of Christianity into the Perennial Philosophy cosmology, thus making it a more universal spirituality.
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