Be prepared: Divine creation and linguistic creations: a conference in celebration of Professor Janet Soskice’s work

A conference on Janet Soskice's work will take place at the Divinity Faculty on the 1st of December with speakers from Yale, Notre Dame and Cambridge. In anticipation of  this event, here are bibliographical details and links for a selection of publications by Professor Soskice available in print and online to Cambridge students and staff … Continue reading Be prepared: Divine creation and linguistic creations: a conference in celebration of Professor Janet Soskice’s work

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Library Survey 2017: Book availability (Set/reading list texts)

In this year's library survey the answers to the question 'If you could change one thing...' repeatedly mentioned the desire for more copies of set texts and reading list books. Some of the responses on this subject were as follows: 'More than one copy of reading list books, especially for papers with primary/set texts (whether … Continue reading Library Survey 2017: Book availability (Set/reading list texts)

New Theology ebooks from Bloomsbury (March 2017)

21 Theology titles published by Bloomsbury in 2015 are newly-available to members of the University as ebooks, in addition to those already available from the publisher. Among the highlights from the collection are: Useful introductions to Pneumatology and Atonement: Daniel Castelo / Pneumatology: a guide for the perplexed Adam J. Johnson / Atonement: a guide … Continue reading New Theology ebooks from Bloomsbury (March 2017)

Be prepared: the Henry Martyn Lectures 2017

This year’s Henry Martyn Lectures will be given by Rev. Prof. Emmanuel Katongole of the Institute for International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame on the theme of “Who Are My People: Christianity, Violence, and Belonging in Post-Colonial Africa”, and are due to take place on February 20, 21, and 22 at 5.30pm … Continue reading Be prepared: the Henry Martyn Lectures 2017

Outstanding e-resources for Theology and Religious Studies: the Patrologia Latina Database

[Patrologia Latina database front page; accessed 9 December 2016.] The Patrologia Latina full text database provides electronic access to the 221 volumes of the first (and most accurate) edition of Jacques-Paul Migne’s Patrologia Latina (in the Divinity library at 7 PAT-L) published between 1844 and 1855 (with index volumes published from 1862-1865). These volumes provide … Continue reading Outstanding e-resources for Theology and Religious Studies: the Patrologia Latina Database

Outstanding e-resources for Theology and Religious studies: the Digital Karl Barth Library

  [Digital Karl Barth Library, front page; accessed 10 November 2016]   The Digital Karl Barth library provides comprehensive electronic access to Karl Barth’s works in both English and German, and, with a sophisticated search facility, is a powerful tool to support research. A collaboration between the Theologischer Verlag Zürich (TVZ), the Princeton Theological Seminary … Continue reading Outstanding e-resources for Theology and Religious studies: the Digital Karl Barth Library

Outstanding e-resources for Theology and Religious studies: the Intelex Past Masters Augustine and Luther databases

It is perhaps worthwhile to highlight the excellent electronic editions of Augustine and Luther which are available as part of the University’s subscription to the Intelex Past Masters series [Raven password required]. They offer access to full text editions of major English translations of these authors. The Intelex corporation is a leading provider of scholarly … Continue reading Outstanding e-resources for Theology and Religious studies: the Intelex Past Masters Augustine and Luther databases