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We are pleased to share a poem recommended by Mrs Joan Bowles, widow of former Principal Cyril Bowles. The poem was written by Canon Peter Montgomery Duplock OBE (Ry. 1938-40). He penned the poem in Advent 2007, when he had almost lost his sight. Canon Duplock died on September 16th, 2011 and his poem was read movingly at his funeral.
Archbishop Rowan Williams speaks on the meaning of Advent and the theme of Christian hope as made real by the work of the Holy Spirit.
Sermon given by the Revd Dr Michael Volland at St John’s College, Cambridge on Sunday 15th October 2017 as part of a series titled: Re-formations' - exploring the enduring implications of the Reformation on Western Christianity and faith today.
Aspects of Christian Belief is described by its author as ‘no more than spontaneous reflections of one elderly believer’. The ‘elderly believer’, in fact, is no less than the highly respected and much loved Professor Charlie Moule, former Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity, University of Cambridge.
Twice every term at Ridley a detailed exposition of Scripture is offered in Chapel to the community for application to our lives today.
Recording of the fourth C.F.D. Moule Memorial Lecture, delivered by Professor Andrew Wall.
In this audio recording, Bishop of London Richard Chartres delivers the annual leadership lecture at Ridley Hall.
Ridley's tutor in Old Testament Philip Jenson has compiled a list of his personal recommendations for Old Testament study for Ridley students. We're pleased to make it available here for our website readers.