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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1967-1968-339

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Annual Report of the Council ix Dr Simon Reviews Schiitz Das Mysterium der Geschichte Journal of Theological Studies Beyerlin Origins and History of the Oldest Sinaitic Tradition Church Quarterly Review Eissfeldt The Old Testament Church Quarterly Review Hanson Jesus Christ in the Old Testament Church Quarterly Review Newman The People of the Covenant Church Quarterly Review Porteous Daniel van Rad Old Testament Theology Smart The Old Testament in Dialogue with Modern Man Church Quarterly Review FACULTY AND DEPARTMENT The session 1965-66 began with 246 students in the Faculty and Theolo- gical Department Of these 181 were ordinands 27 were women and 38 were men reading for the degree only There was an increase in the number of postgraduate students There were 19 for the year ten reading for the Ph five for the Phil two-year course and four for the Th which now takes one year The External Examiner for the was the Reverend Peter Baelz Dean of Jesus College Cambridge The Commemoration Sermon was preached by the Reverend Canon Edward Carpenter Ph Archdeacon of Westminster The Archbishop of Canterbury visited the College in February and answered questions from students in tightly packed Lecture Theatre The Maurice Lectures were given in February by the Reverend Charles Davis on the theme 'The Gospel the Church and Society' Students produced the play Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett Goldsmiths' Company Travel awards were made to Blood and Longbottom Lectures to the students of the Faculty by outside speakers on Fri- days at Ten during the Michaelmas Term were on the theme Man in Modern Literature' and in the Lent Term on 'Whither New Society Canon Hugh Montefiore of Great St Mary's Cambridge drew large audiences for lunch-hour talks during one week in the Michael- mas Term in which he dealt with current objections to Christianity
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