Professor Goddard is Associate Director of the Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics, Tyndale House, Cambridge, and teaches part-time at Trinity College, Bristol. He previously taught ethics at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford. He was ordained deacon in 1996 and job-shared a curacy with his wife, Elisabeth, before moving to Wycliffe. He is a Fellow of the Anglican Communion Institute and serves on the leadership team of Fulcrum, a group seeking to renew the evangelical centre in the Church of England. Until recently he served as editor of the Anglican theological journal Anvil. Dr. Goddard wrote his doctoral thesis on the life and thought, particularly the political thought, of Jacques Ellul, and in recent years has mainly concentrated his writing on sexual ethics and the life of the Anglican Communion. He is currently writing a book on Rowan Williams’s ministry as Archbishop of Canterbury, due to be published by Lion Hudson in 2013. He lives with Elisabeth (vicar of St. James the Less, where he often preaches) in Pimlico, London, and they have two children.