Trinity News, Autumn 2018

You can download a pdf to read the entire autumn 2018 Trinity News.

 

This issue includes:

  • Farewell to Emma Ineson: words of thanks for our principal, as she leaves college this spring.
  • Race and the Church: During last spring’s diversity week, three students reflected on their own experiences around race and the church.
  • Habakkuk: Trusting God through Injustice. Rev Dr David Firth discusses how Habakkuk wrestles with the difficulty of continued faith in God and shares ideas for teaching and preaching this lesser known prophet.

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Posted November 2018

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