Rector, Parish of Hamilton and Sessional Lecturer at St Francis College

The Rev’d Canon Dr Marian Free

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The Rev’d Canon Dr Marian Free is currently the Rector of the Parish of Hamilton and a Sessional Lecturer at St Francis College. She has a PhD from the University of Queensland in the Letters of Paul and is particularly interested in Paul and the Gospels. Outside of the academic sphere, Marian is interested in exploring new ways of being church.

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Anselm of Canterbury

“Anselm of Canterbury was the most significant Christian theologian between Augustine of Hippo and Thomas Aquinas and is regarded as the founder of scholastic theology,” says The Rev’d Canon Dr Marian Free on St Anselm of Canterbury whose Feast Day is marked on 21 April

C.S. Lewis (1898-1963). Portrait by Walter Stoneman. Courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery, London. (Licence mw56776)
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'The most dejected and reluctant convert in all England'

“I hope that through reading Lewis’ work I have learnt to be less self-assured, less certain that I know God’s mind or that I can confidently determine the line between good and evil, and less ready to compare myself with others,” says The Rev’d Canon Dr Marian Free on CS Lewis, whose anniversary of death is marked on 22 November