Robert Beckford Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Robert Beckford is a 56-years-old British Religious scholar from the United Kingdom. his estimated net worth is $1 Million to $5 Million Approx. Jump into read his life Facts, Wikipedia and biographies Details

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According to the wiki and biography of Robert Beckford was born on 1965 in United Kingdom. let’s check out the Robert’s personal and public life facts, Wikipedia, bio, spouse, net worth, and career details.

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His 2017 radio programme, Jamaican Bible Remixed, about the Patois version of the Bible, was broadcast on BBC World Service, marking Jamaican Independence Day.


In 2016 he presented a programme on The Battle For Christianity. This programme explored the various ways used to help people accept Christianity including the evangelising of immigrants to the country.


In The Secrets of the Twelve Disciples, broadcast in Easter 2008, Beckford explored Paul the Apostle’s role in founding the Church and his relationship with Jesus’ family; the Roman Catholic Church’s claim to Saint Peter; Thomas the Apostle’s travels to India; James, son of Zebedee as a patron saint of Spain; the demonisation of Judas Iscariot; and female Apostles.

On 2008 Christmas Day, Beckford’s documentary The Nativity Decoded premiered on Channel 4. It provides an in-depth look at the nativity story, its traditions, history and meaning.


On 2007 Christmas Day, Beckford’s documentary The Hidden Story of Jesus premiered on Channel 4. It investigates the parallels between Christianity and other religions, some of which predate it.


In 2006/7 he presented shows on BBC Radio WM, first the African-Caribbean programme and then the Sunday Breakfast Show, a blend of news, interviews and chat about religious and ethical issues.

In 2006, Beckford made the film Ghetto Britain for the television station More 4. Through the course of the documentary, he composes a manifesto of change that he plans to put before the Commission for Racial Equality. Beckford has also made films for the BBC analysing religion and Britain’s colonial history, focusing on the role of Britain’s African Caribbean community.

On 15 April 2006, Beckford hosted his second one-off documentary, called The Passion: Films, Faith and Fury on Channel 4. This was Beckford’s exploration of the history and the increasingly uneasy relationship between religion and the film industry, as well as the controversy that often arises as a result of any major religiously-themed film being released.

Beckford hosted a documentary called The Secret Family of Jesus on Channel 4 on Christmas Day 2006. In this documentary he explores the history and legacy of Jesus’ family and presents historical evidence of Jesus’ familial relationship to John the Baptist; his family unit consisting of four brothers and (at least) two sisters; his relationship with Mary Magdalene; and of Jesus’ ministry being passed to his eldest brother James for the approximately 30 years prior to the destruction of the second temple and the subsequent diaspora.


In 2004, Beckford presented a documentary called God is Black, which broadcast on Channel 4, which compared white and black people’s interpretation of Christianity. It was strongly criticized by conservative Evangelicals in the Anglican Church who accused it of “racialising” religious issues.

In 2004, Beckford hosted a documentary called Who Wrote the Bible? broadcast on Channel 4 on Christmas Day. Beckford challenges the long-standing belief by many Christians that the Bible is the pure unadulterated word of God untouched by human hand. He seeks to demonstrate that the Bible’s history involves multiple revisions, exclusions and is the result of a number of different authors.


Professionally, Beckford has spent his career in academia, beginning in 1999 as a research fellow at Birmingham University, then becoming a lecturer in African Diasporan Religions & Cultures. For two years he was Reader in Black Theology and Popular Culture at Oxford Brookes University and then a visiting Professor of Sociology at Goldsmiths, University of London. Robert Beckford is currently Professor of Theology and Culture in the African Diaspora at Canterbury Christ Church University.


Robert Beckford (born 1965) is a British academic theologian and currently a professor in theology at Canterbury Christ Church University, whose documentaries for both the BBC and Channel 4 have caused debate among the Christian and British religious community.

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Real NameRobert Beckford
ProfessionReligious scholar

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Age (2021)56 Years
Date Of Birth1965
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Robert Beckford Net Worth

The Robert Beckford Estimated Net worth is $80K – USD $85k.

Monthly Income/Salary (approx.)$80K – $85k USD
Net Worth (approx.)$4 million- $6 million USD

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