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Read more at: Rev Dr Andrew Byers

Rev Dr Andrew Byers

Andrew Byers teaches in the Cambridge Theological Federation as Tutor in New Testament at Ridley Hall. Before moving to Cambridge in 2021, he served as Director of the Free Church Track and Lecturer in New Testament at Cranmer Hall, St John's College, Durham University. Originally from the States, Andy has 13 years of pastoral ministry experience and he writes not only for the academy but also for wider audiences and the church. He read Forestry at the University of Georgia, earned an MDiv at Beeson Divinity School of Samford University, and received a ThM at Duke Divinity School.

Read more at: New Testament & Early Christian MPhil Pathway

New Testament & Early Christian MPhil Pathway

New Testament & Early Christian MPhil Pathway Course Co-ordinator: Dr James Carleton Paget Prerequisites for study Students should have a degree in Theology with a strong New Testament component and at least two years’ study of New Testament Greek. Students who wish to do a dissertation in New...

Read more at: Hebrew, Jewish, Early Christian Studies
Early Christian gravestone, Jesus the Shepherd - Faculty of Divinity - image by Walter Parenteau (Flickr)

Hebrew, Jewish, Early Christian Studies

Hebrew, Jewish, Early Christian Studies This subject area crosses several disciplinary boundaries, taking in Hebrew and Jewish studies, on topics from the Greek and Roman periods onwards, and Roman-period Christianity in its Jewish setting, and is formed around the Hebrew, Jewish, Early Christian...

Read more at: The Arachnion Project

The Arachnion Project

29 July 2013

The Arachnion project: NT Greek on the web Dr Jane Mclarty and David Goode (both of the Faculty of Divinity and Wolfson College) have been awarded a grant of £17,200 from the University's Teaching & Learning Innovation Fund to develop a pre-term online multimedia introduction to New Testament Greek for students. All...

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Current undergraduates

These pages contain information for current students. If there is anything you can't find here or on CamTools, please pop in to the Faculty Office and speak to Karen or Sophia, or email If you are thinking of studying Theology and Religious Studies, please look at...


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