Professor of Divinity and Biblical Criticism, Glasgow


Professor of Divinity and Biblical Criticism, Glasgow

The Professorship of Divinity and Biblical Criticism at the University of Glasgow was founded in 1861. The patron was formally the Crown (i.e. a Regius Professorship). Since 1935, the University Court, acting on the recommendation of a Board of Nomination consisting of representatives of the University Court and of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, appoints the Professor.

(Regius) Professors of Divinity and Biblical Criticism

* William Purdie Dickson MA LLD DD (1863)
* William Stuart MA LLD DD (1873)
* George Milligan MA DCL DD (1910)
* George Hogarth Carnaby MacGregor MA DLitt DD (1933)
* William Barclay CBE MA DD (1963)
* Ernest Best MA BD PhD DD (1974-1982)
* John Riches MA (1991)

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List of Professorships at the University of Glasgow


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