Monthly Archives: February 2013

The Sarum College Library – A Whirlwind Tour

The library at Sarum College was created in 1860 with the formation of the Salisbury Theological College. As an initial deposit it received the 274-volume collection of Bishop Walter Kerr Hamilton which mostly comprised nineteenth century pamphlets, tracts, sermons and charges… Read more

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The Sowter Collection at Sarum College Library

Sarum College Library has a well-established reputation as a theological library, but it also has a fine local history collection, books on ecclesiastical history aids for genealogists and more. Read more

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John Jewel, a key figure in defining the Anglican Church

The Sarum College Library holds a number of publications by and about John Jewel (1522-71), a leading Protestant reformer who did much to start to define what was unique and different about the English church. Read more

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Book of the Month: February 2013

Abiding: The Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent Book 2013 by Ben Quash is the February book of the month Read more

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