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Vocations Day

17 May 2014  |  26th Feb 2014

Wycliffe Hall is excited to be working in partnership with Oxford Diocese and AWESOME, to host a Vocations Day for women considering ordination training and other forms of ministry (including the permanent diaconate). This will be on 17th May from 10 am to 3 pm The day...

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Wycliffe Hall Tutor wins prize

Dr Ben Johnson wins the John William Wevers Prize  |  13th Feb 2014

Congratulations to Ben Johnson! He has won the 2013 John William Wevers Prize in Septuagint Studies for his essay titled, "Narrative Sensitivity and the Variation of Verb Tense in 1 Reigns 17:34-37."  The John William Wevers Prize is awarded by The International...

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Women in the Old Testament

Dr Williams' New Book: God Remembered Rachael  |  14th Jan 2014

Women's stories in the Old Testament and why they matter Wycliffe Hall is delighted to announce the release of Revd Dr Jenni Williams new book: God Remembered Rachel: Women's stories in the Old Testament and why they matter. This book is a lively investigation into key...

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November's Webcast - Revd Dr Michael Lloyd on the Problem of Evil

New Principal Michael Lloyd in conversation with Dr Simon Vibert  |  20th Nov 2013

The "Problem of Evil" is one of the most commonly posited critiques against Christianity, often articulated through questions like "Why does a good God allow pain, suffering and evil in the world?". On Friday 22nd November, Revd Dr Michael Lloyd (sometimes...

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NT Wright Visits Wycliffe Hall

Watch the Webcast  |  4th Nov 2013

Wycliffe was delighted to host one of its most distinguished alumni, NT "Tom" Wright last Wednesday. During his visit Professor Wright gave an exclusive lecture on Justification to Wycliffe students which was broadcasted live to a global audience. After the lecture...

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