Demythologising the Reformation: Was Calvin a Catholic? by Prof. Rowan Williams

St Mellitus College, Chelmsford

On Monday 12 June Prof. Rowan Williams is speaking on the subject of 'Demythologising the Reformation: Was Calvin a Catholic?' as part of our McDonald Lecture Series 2017. This lecture will be held at St Mellitus College, Chelmsford.

Rt Revd & Rt Hon Dr Rowan Williams is the McDonald Professor in Christian Theology at St Mellitus College. Rowan lectures on a range of subjects across the curriculum, including sessions in the systematic theology and church history modules, as well as contributing study days for our undergraduate and postgraduate students. Formerly Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan has taught theology in Cambridge, Oxford, Bristol and London, and was on the staff of Mirfield and Westcott House, before taking up his current work as Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge. Rowan has published numerous books and articles over the years, including ‘Arius: Heresy and Tradition' (SCM Press, 2001), 'Why Study the Past' (DLT, 2005), 'Faith in the Public Square' (Continuum, 2012), and 'On Augustine' (Bloomsbury, 2016) to name but a few. He is married to Jane, an Assistant Dean at St Mellitus College, and they have two children.

Admission Free  |  Monday 12 June  |  Doors 6.45pm  |  Lecture 7.15pm  |  Finish 9pm

St Mellitus College, Chelmsford  |  Chelmsford Cathedral  |  53 New Street  |  Chelmsford  |  CM1 1TY

For more information visit www.stmellitus.ac.uk/mcdonaldlectures2017.

 

This lecture series has been enabled through a generous donation from the McDonald Agape Foundation, in partnership with St Mellitus College.