Trinity News, Autumn 2016

You can download a pdf to read the entire autumn 2016 Trinity News.

 

This issue includes:

  • This autumn, Trinity welcomed a record intake of new students, with 63 new full-time and 17 new part-time students. Here are a few of their stories.
  • What Does It Mean To Forgive? A Q&A with Tutor in Theology and Ethics Rev Dr Jon Coutts about what it means to forgive and reconcile in the context of the church.
  • A Tribute to Alec Motyer. Four of the many people impacted by Alex’s faithful service reflect on his ministry as the first principal of Trinity College.

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