1-15 of 15 Results  for:

  • Media and performing arts x
  • Education and scholarship x
  • Religion and belief x
Clear all

Article

Anderson, Dr Digby Carter, (born 25 May 1944), Director, Social Affairs Unit, 1980–2004  

Director, Social Affairs Unit, 1980–2004

Article

Blue, Rabbi Lionel, (6 Feb. 1930–19 Dec. 2016), former broadcaster and author; Lecturer, Leo Baeck College, 1967–2013; Convener of the Beth Din (Ecclesiastical Court) of the Reform Synagogues of Great Britain, 1971–88  

OBE 1994

Born 6 Feb. 1930; s of late Harry and Hetty Blue; died 19 Dec. 2016

former broadcaster and author; Lecturer, Leo Baeck College, 1967–2013; Convener of the Beth Din (Ecclesiastical Court) of the Reform Synagogues of Great Britain, 1971–88...

Article

Bowker, Prof. John Westerdale, (born 30 July 1935), Hon. Canon of Canterbury Cathedral, since 1985; Adjunct Professor of Religion, North Carolina State University, since 1986; Adjunct Professor of Religious Studies, University of Pennsylvania, since 1986  

Hon. Canon of Canterbury Cathedral, since 1985; Adjunct Professor of Religion, North Carolina State University, since 1986; Adjunct Professor of Religious Studies, University of Pennsylvania, since 1986

Article

Buchanan, Rt Rev. Colin Ogilvie, (9 Aug. 1934–29 Nov. 2023), Area Bishop of Woolwich, 1996–2004; an Hon. Assistant Bishop: Diocese of Bradford, 2004–14; Diocese of Leeds (formerly West Yorkshire and The Dales), since 2014  

Area Bishop of Woolwich, 1996–2004; an Hon. Assistant Bishop: Diocese of Bradford, 2004–14; Diocese of Leeds (formerly West Yorkshire and The Dales), since 2014

Article

Conway, (David) Martin, (22 Aug. 1935–14 Jan. 2023), President, Selly Oak Colleges, Birmingham, 1986–97  

President, Selly Oak Colleges, Birmingham, 1986–97

Article

Corp, Rev. Ronald Geoffrey, (born 4 Jan. 1951), freelance conductor and composer  

OBE 2012; SSC

freelance conductor and composer

Article

Crowe, Rev. Philip Anthony, (16 Aug. 1936–14 June 2021), Director, St Asaph Ministry Training Scheme, 1995–2001  

Director, St Asaph Ministry Training Scheme, 1995–2001

Article

Küng, Prof. Dr Hans, (19 March 1928–6 April 2021), Ordinary Professor of Ecumenical Theology, 1980–96 and Director of Institute for Ecumenical Research, 1963–96, University of Tübingen, then Professor Emeritus; President, Global Ethic Foundation, Germany and Switzerland, 1995–2013 (Hon. President, since 2013)  

Ordinary Professor of Ecumenical Theology, 1980–96 and Director of Institute for Ecumenical Research, 1963–96, University of Tübingen, then Professor Emeritus; President, Global Ethic Foundation, Germany and Switzerland, 1995–2013 (Hon. President, since 2013)

Article

Martin, Rev. Prof. David Alfred, (30 June 1929–8 March 2019), Professor of Sociology, London School of Economics and Political Science, London University, 1971–89, then Emeritus  

PhD; FBA 2007

Professor of Sociology, London School of Economics and Political Science, London University, 1971–89, then Emeritus

Article

Mynors, Charles Baskerville, (born 27 Aug. 1953), author, since 1983; lawyer, Law Commission, since 2016, on loan to Welsh Government, since 2018; Chancellor, Diocese of Worcester, 1998–2020  

PhD; FLSW, FRTPI

author, since 1983; lawyer, Law Commission, since 2016, on loan to Welsh Government, since 2018; Chancellor, Diocese of Worcester, 1998–2020

Article

O’Regan, Sister Pauline Margaret, (28 June 1922–2 May 2019), writer  

DCNZM 2001; CBE 1990

writer

Article

Oppenheimer, (Lætitia) Helen, (Lady Oppenheimer), (30 Dec. 1926–6 April 2022), writer on moral and philosophical theology  

writer on moral and philosophical theology

Article

Pattison, Rev. Prof. George Linsley, (born 25 May 1950), 1640 Professor of Divinity, 2013–19, Professor of Theology and Modern European Thought, 2019–20, Hon. Professorial Research Fellow, since 2021, University of Glasgow  

DD

1640 Professor of Divinity, 2013–19, Professor of Theology and Modern European Thought, 2019–20, Hon. Professorial Research Fellow, since 2021, University of Glasgow

Article

Vincent, Rev. Dr John James, (born 29 Dec. 1929), writer and lecturer; Methodist Minister, Sheffield Inner City Ecumenical Mission (Superintendent, 1970–97); Director, Urban Theology Union (formerly Unit), 1969–97, Director Emeritus, since 1997; President of the Methodist Conference, 1989–90  

writer and lecturer; Methodist Minister, Sheffield Inner City Ecumenical Mission (Superintendent, 1970–97); Director, Urban Theology Union (formerly Unit), 1969–97, Director Emeritus, since 1997; President of the Methodist Conference, 1989–90

Article

Waite, Sir Terence (Hardy), (born 31 May 1939), writer and lecturer; Adviser to Archbishop of Canterbury on Anglican Communion Affairs, 1980–92 (taken captive and held hostage in Lebanon, Jan. 1987–19 Nov. 1991); Fellow Commoner, Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 1992–93, then Emeritus (Hon. Fellow, 2022)  

KCMG 2023; CBE 1992 (MBE 1982)

writer and lecturer; Adviser to Archbishop of Canterbury on Anglican Communion Affairs, 1980–92 (taken captive and held hostage in Lebanon, Jan. 1987–19 Nov. 1991); Fellow Commoner, Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 1992–93, then Emeritus (Hon. Fellow, 2022)