Niamh Middleton lectured in Theology and Philosophy at Dublin City University from 2005 until 2020 when she decided to take early retirement in order to focus on her writing. She previously studied at Mater Dei, Dublin and the Pontifical University, Maynooth. Her main area of research concerns the implications of evolutionary theory for Christianity and the relationship between religion and science overall. Her previous publications include Homo Lapsus: Sin, Evolution and the God who is Love (2019).
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