Archived Posts for Christine Nielsen-Craig

Professor David Catchpole to Retire

David Catchpole Professor David Catchpole has announced his intention to retire at the end of this academic year as director of the hugely popular Theology Quest and Questions course (TQQ). A New Testament specialist, David has also lectured on Biblical Study Breaks and … Read more

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Pamela Perry Proposes a Complementary Ministry

As a loyal Catholic, I have felt but not expressed a sense that women’s talents have been overlooked in ministry roles; that men and women working together naturally, supporting and complementing one another in ministry would allow all members of … Read more

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Sarum College Congratulates Sarah Mullally, new Bishop of London

‘At Sarum College we are delighted to offer our congratulations and prayers to Bishop Sarah on her appointment to The Bishopric of London. She brings to that post a wealth of skill and experience alongside a pragmatism and wisdom from … Read more

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Two New Publishing Contributions for Dr James Steven

Congratulations to Dr James Steven for two new publishing contributions. One in the Joint Liturgical Studies Journal and two chapters in Reimagining Worship: Renewing Worship in a Changing Church, displayed in the Sarum College library and available to buy through the Sarum … Read more

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Sacred Geometry: Beauty in Biblical Proportions

For those of you who missed this terrific article on the biblical proportions and visual perspectives of Salisbury Cathedral, it’s reprinted below, with Sophie Hacker’s Sacred Geometry course in mind. There are still a few places, contact Alison Ogden on aogden@sarum.ac.uk or … Read more

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Centuries-old Bibles Part of Secret Library Display

Here’s a sample of some of the treasures you’ll find in the Sarum College Library as part of Libraries Week. Jayne Downey, Sarum College Librarian, also has compiled ‘The Bible in English – A Potted History’ The Bible in English or available … Read more

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Elaine Graham: How to Speak of God

The Cavell Room was packed on 23 September for the 2017 Niblett Memorial Lecture with Professor Elaine Graham. The lecture entitled, How to Speak of God? Challenges for the Churches in a World ‘Troubled’ by Religion, considered the implications of the … Read more

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Claire Horton: Lay Ministry Was Answer to God’s Call

‘Five years ago God was calling me to do something,’ says Claire Horton, a Licensed Lay Minister (LLM) in the Benefice of Atworth with Shaw and Whitley. Having completed her studies, Claire celebratef the renewal of her licensing on September … Read more

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Sarum Graduate Takes Study to the Next Level

Congratulations to The Revd Steve Sheppard who completed his MA at Sarum in 2016, and will embark on a doctorate in practical theology (DTh) at Roehampton University. The pastor of Waters Edge Elim Church in Poole plans to develop his Sarum … Read more

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Commemoration on 6 July Will Restrict Access to The Close

A commemorative event to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the Army Air Corps on Thursday July 6th will cause disruption to the Salisbury Cathedral Close. There will be a formal military parade on the West Lawn, followed by a service … Read more

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