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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  • Germanic language and Germanic Homoianism 

    Wolfe, Brendan (Routledge, 2014) - Book item
    Religious and linguistic lines overlapped in Late Antiquity, when the Homoian heresy was eventually almost exclusively associated with Germanic-speakers. This article will explore the genesis of this correlation, and compare ...
  • The Skeireins : a neglected text 

    Wolfe, Brendan Nathanial (2013) - Journal article
    Fragmentary, palimpsest segments survive of a commentary on the Gospel of John written in the 4th or 5th centuries in the Gothic language by an unknown author, dubbed the Skeireins (Gothic ‘explanation’) by its first modern ...
  • The Gothic palimpsest of Bologna 

    Wolfe, Brendan Nathanial (2017) - Journal article
    In 2013, a newly discovered addition to the very limited corpus of the Gothic language was published. This fragmentary manuscript, the scriptio inferior of a palimpsest, contains fragments of theological writing with ...
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    Salladin, James R. (University of St Andrews, 2017-12-07) - Thesis
  • C.S. Lewis on relations between the Churches 

    Wolfe, Brendan (Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2011) - Book item
    There are three separate themes in Lewis’ thought, interestingly all present in the Preface to Mere Christianity, which touch upon the relations between the churches, or denominations, of his day and ours. The first is his ...

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