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Theological and Religious Studies Tripos, Part IIA, 2006: Special subjects and prescribed texts amendments

The Faculty Board of Divinity give notice that, in an amendment to the Notice published in the 20 July 2005 edition of the Reporter (pp. 977-978), entries for certain papers in Part IIA should read as follows:

Paper B2. should now read: Ezekiel 1-24

Paper B6. should now read: Belief and practice in the Early Church
A list of relevant sources will be available in the Faculty Office at the beginning of the Michaelmas Term.

Paper B7. should now read:
The prescribed topics are:
A. The Protestant Reformation in Europe, c. 1517-1618
B. The Catholic Reformation in Europe, c. 1492-1618

Paper B11. The prescribed text by Kant in line 8 should be replaced by Immanuel Kant, The Critique of Practical Reason, translated and edited by Mary Gregor; with an introduction by Andrews Reath (Cambridge University Press, 1997)

The Faculty Board are satisfied that no student will be disadvantaged by these amendments.

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Cambridge University Reporter 10 August 2005
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