Presss release: 27th May 2011: Winner of £10,000 Theology Prize announced. More >>
Listen to Michael Ramsey Prize winner David Bentley Hart debate with Terry Sanderson of The National Secular Society on Atheist Delusions. Recording from 'Unbelievable', 22nd June 2011, Premier Christian Radio. >>
Listen to a discussion with the authors, chaired by Jane Williams:
In 2009, the Prize ceremony was held at the Guardian Hay Festival on 28th May 2009. The winner was Richard Bauckham with Jesus and the Eyewitnesses. More about the 2009 Prize >>
In 2007, the Prize ceremony was held at the Christian Resources Exhibition. The winner was Fr Timothy Radcliffe OP with What is the Point of Being a Christian? More about the 2007 Prize >>
The Michael Ramsey Prize was inaugurated in 2005 when the winner was Bishop Tom Wright's work The Resurrection of the Son of God - Christian Origins and the Question of God (SPCK). More about the 2005 Prize >>
28th May 2009: Winner of £15,000 Theology Prize announced.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams has announced that the winner of the Michael Ramsey Prize 2009 for theological writing is Jesus and the Eyewitnesses by Richard Bauckham. More >>
Download the archived Michael Ramsey Prize 2009 Press Pack, containing key facts, full details of the shortlist and interview/quote material from the 2009 shortlisted authors.
15th May 2007: Winner of £15,000 Theology Prize announced
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams has announced that the winner of the Michael Ramsey Prize 2007 for theological writing is What is the point of being a Christian? by Fr Timothy Radcliffe. More >>
Download the archived Michael Ramsey Prize 2007 Press Pack, containing key facts, full details of the shortlist and interview/quote material from the 2007 shortlisted authors.