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Nick Scott-Blakely

Scott Blakely

PhD Candidate, Christian Ethics

About Nicholas

Nicholas Scott Blakely is a PhD Candidate in Christian Ethics and was an Institute of Faith and Public Life Fellow. His research addresses historical transgressions in Christian churches that have caused harm to other religious communities. He is especially concerned with rethinking and repairing Christian supersessionism. While at Fuller he has studied with Jewish scholars at American Jewish University and William & Mary and in Israel/Palestine.

Nick is passionate about interreligious dialogue, addressing Islamophobia and antisemitism, the intersection between ecology and religion, and helping everyday people understand how religious convictions inform and mediate ethical decisions in civic and political life.

Nick holds a MA in Theological Studies from Princeton Theological Seminary (2017) where he was awarded the Senior Class Fellowship in Theology, and a BA in Theology from Azusa Pacific University (2013). He and his wife, Ellen, live in Seattle, WA with their daughter, Denny.


Princeton Theological Seminary


MA in Theological Studies

Azusa Pacific University


BA in Theology

Research Interests

Jewish-Christian Relations, Theological Ethics, Ecology and Religion, Interreligious Dialogue, Scriptural Reasoning


The Legacy of Anti-Judaism in the Works of Dietrich Bonhoeffer

2019, Journal of Scriptural Reasoning 18, no. 1

Republished with German introduction by Eva Schulz-Jander, “Das Erbe des Antijudaismus in den Werken Dietrich Bonhoeffers,” The Association of the Friends and Sponsors of the Martin Buber House, Germany, January Bulletin, 2022. Reprinted in Jewish-Christian Relations, International Council of Christians and Jews, 2022.

Abraham Kuyper and the Instrumental Use of Biblical Israel

2021, Walter de Gruyter, Journal of the Bible and its Reception 8, no. 2: 195–208.

To Be Welcomed as Christ: Pursuing a Hospitable Evangelicalism, edited by Nicholas Scott-Blakely

2022, Eugene, OR: Pickwick

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