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Lightfoot Professor of Divinity

The Lightfoot Professor of Divinity is a professorship or chair in the Department of Theology and Religion at Durham University. The chair is named after the former Bishop of Durham Joseph Barber Lightfoot. The current holder is Professor John Barclay.[1]

Lightfoot Professor of Divinity

  • John M.G. Barclay, New Testament (2003-Present)
  • James D.G. Dunn, New Testament (1982-2003)[2]
    • Douglas Rawlinson Jones, Old Testament (1964- ? )[3]
  • R.P.C. Hanson (1962-1964)
  • Professor Christopher Evans (1959-1962) [4][5]
  • Professor Henry Ernest William (Hughie) Turner (1950-1958)[6]
  • Professor Stanley Lawrence Greenslade (1943-1950)[7]

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