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Theology and Mo/Po (modernism and post-modernism)

After a law degree at Cambridge, Ranald Macaulay went to Switzerland to help Francis Schaeffer in the work of L'Abri Fellowship. He later returned to the UK to do a theological degree at King's College, London, after which he and his wife, Susan, started a branch of L'Abri in Hampshire in 1971.


In 1977, he co-authored the book Being Human, recently re-published by Solway. He also founded and pastored two Presbyterian congregations in London and Hampshire. Since July 1997, he and his family have been living in Cambridge.