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Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme

Cambridge in Your Classroom

Cambridge in Your Classroom is new joint project by the Faculty of Divinity and the Faculty of Education Religious Studies PGCE course. Aimed a students aged 14-18, the project features short video lectures by experts from the Faculty of Divinity, who consider some of the big questions of religion, philosophy and ethics, such as: 

What can different religions share?

Who is God?

Can we prove God's existence?

What does the parable of the prodigal son mean?

What is a mosque for?

More films are coming soon! To be the first to know, subscribe to the YouTube channel. This project was funded from the Widening Participation Project Fund from the University of Cambridge and a grant from The Culham St Gabriel's Trust.
If you are a teacher and interested in joining the Cambridge in your Classroom teacher workshops, click here.


Latest news

New Publication: Theologies of Reading (Special Issue of CounterText)

28 April 2021

Theologies of Reading: Positions and Responses , the new issue of CounterText , edited by Laura McCormick Kilbride, Simone Kotva and Ruth Jackson Ravenscroft, has been published.

Evans-Pritchard Lectures 2021 to be given by Dr Marlene Schäfers

28 April 2021

Dr Marlene Schäfers will be giving the prestigious Evans-Pritchard Lectures at the University of Oxford this year. The lecture series is titled ‘Voices that Matter: Kurdish Women and the Dilemmas of Representation in Contemporary Turkey’ and will take place at 5.00 pm, via the Teams platform, on 13 May, 20 May and 27 May and 3 June 2021.

International Symposium 'The Khidr Dialogues: Leaps of Faith, Religious Encounters and Shared Sacred Landscapes' & Photo Exhibition on Sacred Landscapes

21 April 2021

CIP is delighted to invite you to the international symposium 'The Khiḍr Dialogues: Leaps of Faith, Religious Encounters & Shared Sacred Landscapes ' on 6 May 2021...