Frazer grew up in New Zealand until he was 18, and then moved to the UK for his university education, which has all been at Christ Church, in the University of Oxford. He completed his undergraduate degree in theology in 2016, and went on to do a Master’s degree specialising in patristic (early Christian) theology. He is now finishing off his doctorate on the early Christian bishop and martyr Ignatius of Antioch, using the lens of memory to trace trajectories of influence through his life and legacy. Frazer was a choral scholar at the Cathedral in Oxford during his first two degrees, and has recently become obsessed with one of the most idiosyncratic of sports – Real Tennis.
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