Drew Collins received his PhD in theology at Cambridge University, working with David Ford on the Christian theology of religions, the theology of Hans Frei and the 20th century ecumenical movement. After receiving his BA in Religious Studies from Yale College and his MDiv from Yale Divinity School, Drew moved to London to serve as the University Program Manager at the Tony Blair Faith Foundation, overseeing a global network of nine universities collaborating on research and teaching on the intersection between the secular forces of globalization and religious faiths.
While at Cambridge, Drew served as a research fellow at the Cambridge Institute on Religion and International Studies (CIRIS). At Yale, Drew co-teaches the undergraduate course, “Life Worth Living.” At YDS, he co-teaches “Christ & Being Human” with Miroslav Volf. Current research interests include the Christian theology of world religions, the influence of apologetics on contemporary Christian theology, the theology of John Calvin, and Scriptural Reasoning.
Drew is married to Mary, with whom he has a daughter, Agatha.