The Revd Professor John Bowker

Revd John Bowker was the Gresham Professor of Divinty between 1992 and 1997.

His former positions include a Dean and Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge and a Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Lancaster.

Upon his appointment to the Divinity Professorship in 1992, Revd Bowker wrote the following:

Thomas Gresham's concern that the New Learning should be made more widely known is continued now by the College. The speed at which our own 'new learning' increases makes the attempt to mediate its nature and impact all the more necessary. In the case of religion and theology (which together underlie Divinity), I intend to explore the new ways in which both the dangers and the truths of religion have come to be better understood in recent years; and to do this in a way which encourages dialogue with and between the religions.

Recent Past Lectures
WATCHED

Christianity and Religion: The Last 400 Years and the Next

Revd Canon Dr Martyn Percy
Monday, 24 February 1997 - 12:00AM
WATCHED

The Media and Religion: Religious Broadcasting - Defender of Faiths

David Craig
Monday, 4 November 1996 - 12:00AM