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A K M Adam is Tutor in New Testament at the University of Oxford, based at St Stephen's House, tutoring also for Oriel College. Most recently Lecturer in New Testament at the University of Glasgow, he is a theologian, author, priest, technologist and blogger. Previous academic posts include appointments as Professor of New Testament at Seabury-Western Theological Seminary, Visiting Prof. of New Testament at Duke University Divinity School, Assistant Prof. of New Testament at Princeton Theological Seminary, and Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Eckerd College; he has served at the Cathedral Church of St Mary in Glasgow, Scotland; St Luke's Church, Evanston IL; Trinity Church, Princeton; St James Church, Tampa; and Christ Church, New Haven, and has assisted in numerous other parishes and ministries. He is a writer, speaker, and provocateur who simultaneously engages the worlds of theology and technology on topics including biblical theology and ethics, postmodern philosophy, hermeneutics, education, and the semiotics of meaning and truth.
He has given invited presentations on technology at Digital Identity World, the Freedom To Connect conference, Ars Electronica Festival, and the Society for Scholarly Publishing.
He supports Duke University's basketball team, Bowdoin College hockey, the Baltimore Orioles, and the Boston Celtics, but is studiously non-partisan when it comes to the Rangers and Celtic.