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Welcome to the Faculty of Divinity

The Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge, is an international centre of excellence for study, teaching and research in Theology, Biblical Studies, Religious Studies, and the Philosophy of Religion and Ethics.

We are a strong academic community combining outstanding research with teaching for more than 300 students,  We are housed in a fine modern building, specially constructed in the round, adjacent  to related Faculties in the Arts and Humanities and Social Sciences, on the Sidgwick site in Cambridge.

A notable strength of the Faculty of Divinity is the great variety of backgrounds and nationalities of its staff and students.

Our programmes offer disciplined reflection on pressing religious, philosophical, ethical and theological questions, both historical and contemporary. Our degrees equip graduates to excel in a wide range of careers in a complex world of competing value.

The quality of our teaching programmes rests upon our research, the excellence of which is internationally recognised. We are home to scholars who are leading authorities in their subjects and to some major innovative research projects.

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Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme at the Greenbelt Festival

Aug 20, 2019

Cambridge Interfaith Programme are organising a Scriptural Reasoning event at the Greenbelt Festival Bank Holiday Monday 26th August.

Schedule for the New Trinitarian Ontologies Conference

Aug 19, 2019

The schedule for the New Trinitarian Ontologies conference has now been published.

Double success in essay prize

Aug 07, 2019

Two Divinity students have won the British Association for Jewish Studies annual essay prize.

Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme article in the Church Times

Jul 22, 2019

Following a public event organised by Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme in partnership with Coexist House at the London School of Economic’s Faith Centre, this article by Michael Wakelin appeared in Church Times about ‘Scripture & Violence: Challenging Assumptions’. Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme will also be co-hosting a scriptural reasoning event on the same theme at Greenbelt Festival on 26 August 2019.

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