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Theological and Religious Studies Tripos (New Regulations)

(Statutes and Ordinances, p. 399)

With immediate effect

Regulation 21.

By amending sub-paragraph (b) so as to read:

(b) For Papers D1 and D2 the Faculty Board shall from time to time prescribe subjects as follows:

For Paper D1, not more than eight subjects.

For Paper D2, not more than six subjects.

The Faculty Board of Divinity give notice of the following prescribed subjects for Papers D1 and D2 for the examination in 2003.

Paper D1:

(a) Old Testament.
(b) New Testament.
(c) Church history: Catholic and Protestant in
Tudor England, 1520-90.
(d) Doctrine: the Christian doctrine of God.
(e) Philosophy of religion and ethics: imagination.
(f) Study of religion: evolution.
(g) World religions: self and salvation in Indian
and Western thought.
(h) Late Patristic and medieval theology.

Paper D2:

(a) Body, self, and society.
(b) The use and interpretation of the Bible.
(c) Jewish and Christian responses to the
Holocaust.
(d) Judaism and Hellenism.
(e) World Christianity.
(f) Applied Christian ethics.

Each paper will be examined by two 3,000-word essays, submitted in accordance with Regulation 20 of the Theological and Religious Studies Tripos (New Regulations).


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Cambridge University Reporter, 25 April 2001
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