Moule Memorial Lectures

C F D MouleThe Moule Memorial Lecture Series is our way of honouring Professor C. F. D. ‘Charlie’ Moule, former Vice-Principal of Ridley and Lady Margaret Professor of New Testament for many years in the University of Cambridge Divinity Faculty. Charlie Moule was a wonderful man, a fine pastor and New Testament scholar whose family has been linked with Ridley from the very founding of our College; Charlie’s great uncle Handley Moule was our first Principal. Charlie himself trained here, taught here, served on the Council, and was a wise presence at Ridley during the early years of his retirement. He was a man who combined profound humility, brilliance of mind, dedication of service, and holiness of life. After inspiring generations of Ridleians he died in September 2007 at the age of 98.

The C.F.D. Memorial Lecture series was launched in 2008 by one of Professor Moule’s distinguished students and admirers, the Rt Revd N. T. Wright, former Bishop of Durham. The full line-up over the years has been:

The purpose of the Lecture is to stimulate thinking about the Church’s mission today. Attendance is open to past and present members of the Ridley community, supporters of the College, staff and students in the Divinity Faculty and members of the Cambridge Theological Federation. In 2015 the invitation was broadened to include members of local churches and the general public.

John: A Gospel for Individualists?

Audio recording of the third C.F.D. Moule Memorial Lecture, delivered by Richard Bauckham.

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Do you understand what you are reading?

New Testament Scholarship and the Hermeneutical Question

Audio recording of the second C.F.D. Moule Memorial Lecture, delivered by Jürgen Moltmann.

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New Testament Scholarship and Christian Discipleship

The inaugural C.F.D. Moule Memorial Lecture, delivered by the Rt Revd Tom Wright.

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Moule Memorial Lectures

C F D MouleThe Moule Memorial Lecture Series is our way of honouring Professor C. F. D. ‘Charlie’ Moule, former Vice-Principal of Ridley and Lady Margaret Professor of New Testament for many years in the University of Cambridge Divinity Faculty. Charlie Moule was a wonderful man, a fine pastor and New Testament scholar whose family has been linked with Ridley from the very founding of our College; Charlie’s great uncle Handley Moule was our first Principal. Charlie himself trained here, taught here, served on the Council, and was a wise presence at Ridley during the early years of his retirement. He was a man who combined profound humility, brilliance of mind, dedication of service, and holiness of life. After inspiring generations of Ridleians he died in September 2007 at the age of 98.

The C.F.D. Memorial Lecture series was launched in 2008 by one of Professor Moule’s distinguished students and admirers, the Rt Revd N. T. Wright, former Bishop of Durham. The full line-up over the years has been:

The purpose of the Lecture is to stimulate thinking about the Church’s mission today. Attendance is open to past and present members of the Ridley community, supporters of the College, staff and students in the Divinity Faculty and members of the Cambridge Theological Federation. In 2015 the invitation was broadened to include members of local churches and the general public.

John: A Gospel for Individualists?

Audio recording of the third C.F.D. Moule Memorial Lecture, delivered by Richard Bauckham.

Read more ...

Do you understand what you are reading?

New Testament Scholarship and the Hermeneutical Question

Audio recording of the second C.F.D. Moule Memorial Lecture, delivered by Jürgen Moltmann.

Read more ...

New Testament Scholarship and Christian Discipleship

The inaugural C.F.D. Moule Memorial Lecture, delivered by the Rt Revd Tom Wright.

Read more ...