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Telling the stories of God’s faithfulness

Our family would not be at Trinity College Bristol today, where Justin has been teaching Christian doctrine for eight years and I’ve helped with the college’s communications work for five, apart from the faithfulness of God. As I’ve watched the world shift under all our feet, it helps me to remember that. In Joshua 4, […]

The persevering people of God

What does it mean to be the people of Jesus in the midst of the coronavirus epidemic? A timely message from Tutor in Pastoral and Ministerial Studies Revd Dr Helen Collins, shared in our virtual chapel this morning.  Three weeks ago, I began to think about what passage to choose for what would have been an […]

Poverty in the Early Church and Today

Trinity Tutor in New Testament Prof Steve Walton and Tearfund’s Hannah Swithinbank have co-edited an innovative book of essays that brings the expertise of those working to alleviate poverty together with the expertise of biblical scholars. This allows for a unique conversation about how Christians might think and act about poverty today. Q. Can you […]

What is ‘dispersed learning’ at Trinity? (video)

Train for ordination in the Church of England by coming to Bristol for six block weeks a year, remaining embedded in your local context, and participating in weekly virtual seminars and pastoral groups with your cohort. (2:31)   To request a prospectus, arrange a visit, or ask questions about how what we offer might best […]

Read our autumn newsletter

You can download a pdf to read the entire autumn 2019 Trinity News, and if you haven’t seen our new video yet you can click the link here. This issue includes: Going greener: Trinity students are finding ways to connect with and care for the world around them. The pain and gain of learning Greek: […]

Watch our new video (1:56)

How might it change you, as a person and as a Christian leader, to learn more about Jesus in the context of an intentional community? Find out more about what it means to train residentially at Trinity. If you’d like to learn more about Trinity and the programmes we offer, or if you’d like to […]

What did the first Christians say about Jesus?

Twenty years passed between Jesus’ lifetime and the writing of the first New Testament books. Do you ever wonder where the stories we read about Jesus in our Bibles today came from? That question is at the root of associate faculty member Rev Dr David Wenham’s new book From Good News to Gospels (Eerdmans, 2018). […]

Habakkuk: Trusting God through injustice

Trinity Tutor in Old Testament Rev Dr David Firth discusses how Habakkuk wrestles with the difficulty of continuing to trust in God whilst living in a situation of ongoing oppression and injustice, with ideas as to how you might preach and teach this lesser known book. For those unfamiliar with Habakkuk, can you provide a […]

What I’m reading…

Book recommendations from our faculty. Below our Old Testament Tutor Rev Dr David Firth shares two books to enrich your preaching and teaching. One of the privileges of my role is that I get to see a range of books which might be of value to those in pastoral ministry. ‘Value’ here has two senses […]

New book honours John Nolland

Last spring, Bloomsbury T&T Clark published a volume for its Library of New Testament Studies titled The Earliest Perceptions of Jesus in Context in honour of Trinity Tutor in New Testament Rev Prof John Nolland’s contribution to the field of New Testament studies. This collection of essays from top New Testament scholars was edited by […]

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