Dr Peter Heslam is the Director of Faith in Business in Cambridge. He has research interests at the interface of business, faith and development, as well as in the life and work of the public intellectual, social entrepreneur and statesman Abraham Kuyper. Peter’s interdisciplinary scholarship reflects his academic background in social science, history, ethics, missiology and theology. After serving on the faculty of the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity (LICC), he has held various appointments at the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, and as a Visiting Professor at various research institutions around the world. His recent publications include the anthology Abraham Kuyper on Business and Economics (Lexham, 2021).

The recipient of several awards, Peter is an adviser to various organizations and to Faith in Business Quarterly and the Journal of Markets and Morality. He has been an adviser to an Archbishop of Canterbury on the issue of globalization and has served as a judge in various international business competitions. Peter is currently a Fellow of the SPES-Forum; of the Kirby Laing Centre for Public Theology in Cambridge; and of the Royal Society of Arts. He is also a Doctoral Supervisor at the Oxford Centre for Mission Studies and is involved in parish work as a priest in the Church of England.