'Selection for ministry in the Church of England. A report on practice and theory of selection and research and challenges which candidates have experienced before, during and after selection.' The report examines the national selection of the Church of England, but also tackles issues relevant to vocational guidance, selection and training, and to a variety of denominations.
William Pollock: Selection for ministry in the Church of England
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William Pollock was a Licentiate minister of the Church of Scotland. He studied psychology and theology at Glasgow University, and carried out research in the psychology of religion at the Universities of Leicester and Cambridge. He worked as an assistant parish minister in Paisley (Strathclyde), and as joint leader of the psychiatric counselling centre sponsored by the United Reformed Church in Cambridge. He carried out the research for his report on the Church of England as a Visiting Scholar in Social Studies at Cambridge University, 1984-1985.
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Presented by the Revd Dr William Pollock, 1988.
Description compiled by Robert Steiner, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives.
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