Mark Russ is a writer, theologian and teacher, who works for Woodbrooke, the international Quaker learning and research organisation based in Britain. Since 2013 Mark has written useful, Quaker-shaped Christian theology on his blog jollyquaker.com. His theological interests include hope, whiteness, the roots of modern Quaker thought and the theology of Jürgen Moltmann. Before retraining as a theologian, Mark enjoyed a successful decade as a music teacher in London, and spent a year visiting and living in various faith-based intentional communities in the UK and USA. He holds an MA in Systematic and Philosophical Theology from the University of Nottingham. He lives with his husband in Birmingham, England.
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