Divinity (School of)
The School of Divinity has an internationally renowned staff and a reputation for high quality in both teaching and research. Its primary expertise is as a centre engaging with theological and historical concerns, chiefly as raised and developed within the Christian tradition, its Jewish roots, and related critical scholarship. The School's academic staff seek to address wider concerns arising within western society through the growing prominence of other religious traditions and the rejuvenation of interest in questions of 'spirituality'.
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(University of St Andrews, 2016-10-24) - Thesis
(University of St Andrews, 2016-03-30) - Thesis
A perspective of Christianity on civil disobedience : a study of Hong Kong’s Occupy Central and the Umbrella Movement (2018-06-01) - Journal articleThis paper argues that Christian churches should educate their congregants on sociopolitical issues, so that both the church and individual congregants can speak to the world prophetically, as a part of Jesus’ teaching in ...
Is there any historical support for spiritual baptism? : Comparing and analyzing the theological views of Cappadocian fathers and the Pentecostals on spiritual baptism (2018-09-01) - Journal articleThrough this paper, it will be established that, unlike the Pentecostals, the Cappadocian fathers did not separate water baptism from Spirit baptism as two distinctive stages. The theological implication for contemporary ...
‘I also could talk as you do’ (Job 16:4) : the function of intratextual quotation and allusion in Job (Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2012-12-20) - Book item