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Faculty of Divinity


The Anglican Studies MPhil Pathway and Modules

As the alma mater of so many of the leading figures in the history of the Church of England, not least in the era of the EnglishHarry Tower, Crossing of Canterbury Cathedral Reformation, Cambridge provides an unsurpassed environment for study and research in the field of Anglican studies. The two modules within this pathway cover both Anglican history and theology, from the time of the Reformation to the Twentieth Century. It will be of interest to students both from the British Isles and further afield. 



From Reformation to Reform Modernity and Postmodernity Pastoral Care in 12th and 13th century medieval England
Bishop Janani Luwum among the Twentieth Century Martyrs, Westminster Abbey Plaque at Holy Trinity Church, Clapham Common, Clapham, London Ordination of the Priests


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