Antonin Ficatier

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Department of Theology and Religion
Doctoral Researcher

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PhD title: Applying Bruno Latour’s Theory of the Actors to Theology: an Experiment in Theology of the Network for the Digital Age
SupervisorDr Jeremy H. Kidwell and Professor David Cheetham
PhD Theology and Religion

Qualifications

  • MA in Christian Education and Formation, Princeton Theological Seminary, USA, 2016                                     
  • BA in Theology, Institut Protestant de Théologie (IPT), Paris, France, 2014
  • MA in International Business, ESCE International Business School, Paris, France, 2011
  • BA in Economics, University of International Business and Economics (UIBE), Beijing, China, 2010                      

Biography

I was born and raised in France, where I started my career as an entrepreneur. In 2011, I founded a training center dedicated to teaching Mandarin Chinese in Paris.

I live with my wife in Surrey, where I train, coach and empower young people in a Church of England. I speak and write on youth ministry, social innovation, and technology.

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Research

Based on Bruno Latour’s philosophy of the actors, I argue that the concept of network is the new loci for theology in the Digital Age.

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Publications

  • Ficatier, Antonin. “Book Review: Kate Ott, Christian Ethics for a Digital Society.” Studies in Christian Ethics 33, no. 1 (February 1, 2020): 130–33
  • Ficatier, Antonin. “L’Église Hybride : Apports Théologiques à Une Ecclésiologie Remaniée Par Les Technologies Numériques.” Foi et Vie 11/2020 (November 2020)

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