Roger T. Forster

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Roger T. Forster
Born
Roger Thomas Forster

(1933-03-01) 1 March 1933 (age 86)
ResidenceForest Hill, London
EducationMA from the University of Cambridge, Mathematics and Theology
OccupationPastor, author, charity worker
Spouse(s)
Faith Forster (m. 1965)
Websitehttp://www.ichthus.org.uk

Roger Thomas Forster (born 1 May 1933) is a English theologian. He is the leader of Ichthus Christian Fellowship, a neocharismatic Evangelical Christian Church that forms part of the British New Church Movement.[1] He is thought to be "one of the finest minds in the Evangelical constituency."[2]

References[change | change source]

  1. P D Hocken in Stanley M Burgess, Eduard M van der Maas New International Dictionary of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements s.v. “Roger T Forster”
  2. Andrew Walker Restoring the Kingdom: the Radical Christianity of the House Church Movement 3rd Ed (Guildford: Eagle, 1998) 37