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Vincent Strudwick Lecture 2017

THE RELIGION OF NO RELIGION

A PERSONAL REFLECTION

THE VERY REV’D JOHN MOSES, KCVO
JOHN MACQUARRIE PROFESSOR OF ANGLICAN THEOLOGY 

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Opinion polls among the population at large have long since drawn attention to the  decline… Continue reading

Christmas in Guyana: Preparation and Celebration

Originally published on December, 24, 2012

In Guyana, formerly British Guiana and a tropical country, the main thrust of the celebration of Christmas is to have the best home ready for the Christ Child.  This home has two dimensions.… Continue reading

Vincent Strudwick Lecture 2017, Kellogg College, Oxford

 Vincent Strudwick Lecture 2016 at Oxford
The Vincent Strudwick Lecture is named in honor of Oxford theologian and scholar Canon Dr. Vincent Strudwick who has been a longtime professor at, and friend to, the Graduate Theological Foundation.  Established in 2011 and sponsored by the… Continue reading

New Students

Applicants who signed the privacy statement on their application form and were subsequently accepted to the GTF are excluded from lists of newly accepted students released each month.

Mr. Wilmer Altamirano Cubas has entered the Master of Theology degree program.… Continue reading

Alumni News

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Memphis “Luther 500” Episcopal/Lutheran Commemoration

A Commemoration of the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation service was hosted at Church of the Holy Communion (Episcopal), Memphis, Tennessee, on Sunday evening, Oct. 29, in which all of the Memphis… Continue reading

2018 Day of Convocation and Runcie Lecture

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The GTF day of convocation is a bringing together of our diverse student body in a celebration of each graduate’s academic achievements and professional contributions to the betterment of the world community. It is an opportunity for students to gain… Continue reading