The first of this year's series of events to discover more about the people of the University of St Andrews will be with the School of Divinity's Professor NT Wright.
In conversation with the Chaplain, Donald MacEwan, we will explore with Tom his career encompassing the academy and the church, what inspires him in his research, and his thoughts about the future of education -- and the church.
Tom's research speciality is the New Testament and Early Christianity, especially Paul and his letters, and Jesus and the Gospels in their first-century Jewish and Graeco-Roman contexts. Before moving to St Andrews, he held a number of posts in universities and the Church of England, latterly as Bishop of Durham.
This is a free ticketed event, which will take place in the Byre Theatre Main Auditorium. Tickets available via the Byre Box Office https://byretheatre.com/events/chaplains-conversations-professor-n-t-wright-school-of-divinity/ or by telephone 01334 475000.
Tickets are now unavailable for this event.