Thomas Cranmer & the Bible: What it Meant for Him and What it Means for Us
Led by Revd Canon Dr Ashley Null co-sponsored with Durham University’s Centre for Anglican Studies Leech Hall, St Johns College, Durham
A study day led by the leading scholar Canon Dr Ashley Null, from Humboldt University, Berlin and a visiting fellow at the Divinity Faculty of Cambridge University and of St Johns College, Durham University. The day will explore Cranmer’s context within the English Reformation, how new research helps us see him in a different light and how all this affects how we understand his theology of the eucharist.
This day forms part of St Johns College’s commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation and is co-sponsored by Durham University’s Centre for Anglican Studies. It is open to all.
Those who are not members of the university are very welcome to book for the day, at a charge of £10, which includes refreshments and lunch. Entry is free to all staff and students of Durham University, but staff and students who are not members of St Johns College must book a place and should pay £10 if they wish to have lunch.
To book a place, contact: Cranmer Admin via: firstname.lastname@example.org.