Bible and the Contemporary World - distance learning MLitt applications for entry in January 2018 are now open and close 1 November 2017.
"The World 'behind' and 'in front of' the Work." ITIA students, faculty, and friends are invited to submit visual art, writing or music inspired by this theme.
The QS World University rankings for 2017 place the School of Divinity 18th in the world - and is the best result achieved by any School in our University.
Professor Michael Rea, University of Notre Dame, has completed this year's series entitled: '“Though The Darkness Hide Thee”: Seeking the Face of the Invisible God'.
The School welcome Sarah Lane Ritchie and Kevin Nordby to the Theology and Science programme, led by Dr John Perry.
Dr Madhavi Nevader has been appointed as a lecturer in Hebrew Bible, joining the faculty on a permanent basis following time as a teaching fellow. The School welcomes her to this new role.
The School has received £1.75 million to explore a new generation of questions at the intersection of theology and science. The grant creates two new positions at St Andrews, and ten others for early-career scholars.
A service of remembrance and thanksgiving was held on Saturday 27 August 2016 for our friend and colleague, John Webster, Professor of Divinity, who passed away suddenly on 25 May 2016.
The School is hosting a one-day colloquium on the Doctrine of God in conversation with Paul Fiddes on Saturday, 16 April 2016, at the School of Divinity in St Andrews.