The Centre for Bible, Ethics and Theology aims to equip local communities to engage effectively with the Bible. Drawing on our expertise, we offer a set of resources to help you read, understand and discuss biblical texts and their relevance to current ethical issues.
From Genesis to Revelation, there’s something for everyone, touching on all things Bible related. We’d love to hear about the creative ways you’ve used these resources and we’re always pursuing ways to improve this collection, so please get in touch with any suggestions.
Dr Carly Crouch discusses 'Why Study Biblical Warfare'
'Why Study Ancient Coins' with Roland Deines
'Why Study New Testament Hymns' with Peter Watts
'Why Study St Paul and Israel' with Richard Bell
Theologians in Conversation
'Why Study Jesus Christ' with Roland Deines
'Why Study Prophecy' with Dr Carly Crouch
The official publication of the Centre for Bible, Ethics and Theology, Why Does the Bible Matter?: the significance of the Bible for contemporary life, is available to download here.
A list of further publications from staff in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies.
An introduction to the Dignity and Human Body Workshop series by Prof Roland Deines.
An interdisciplinary subject by its very nature, one of biblical studies' closest allies in improving our understanding of the ancient world is archaeology. Click here to find out more.
Resources for teachers
Why study TRS playlist
Objects of belief
Theologians in conversation
Lectures and research seminars
Bibledex: all the books of the Bible on video
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