Ian Campbell Bradley (born 28 May 1950) is a British academic, author, theologian, Church of Scotland minister, journalist and broadcaster. At the University of St Andrews, he is Reader in Practical Theology and Church History and a University chaplain. He is also the Associate Minister of Holy Trinity Church, St Andrews.
He has researched and written widely on religious matters, from Celtic Christianity to the theology of sacrifice and the future of spirituality in Britain. In addition, he has published works on the subjects of hymnody, monarchy, the Victorian era, Gilbert and Sullivan and musical theatre.
•B.A., M.A., D.Phil., University of Oxford
•B.D., University of St Andrews.
•Political journalist and leader writer on The Times.
•Head of Religious Broadcasting, BBC Scotland
•Lecturer in church history and practical theology, University of Aberdeen
•Author of over 30 books, regular broadcaster and journalist
•Church of Scotland minister currently Associate Minister of Holy Trinity Church, St Andrews and Church of Scotland chaplain of St Andrews University