What Students Say

  • It is incredible studying in such beautiful countryside within a stunning country house. It was great to study and share life alongside such a diversity of students from all over the world who were very down-to-earth and friendly. Discussing deep issues generated from the short course with my classmates late into the night was one of the best advantages for the interactive nature of the course and living on campus for a few days.
Carol Walker

Course Tutor

Carol Walker

B.Ed (Hons. Cantab), MA Biblical Interpretation (London School of Theology), PhD Comparative Theology (Middlesex University)

The Qur'an in Comparative Perspective

Course dates for 2017-18 are to be confirmed

This course aims to equip you to critically evaluate contemporary intra-Islamic debate about Qur’an interpretation and application. You will have the opportunity for dialogical engagement with Islamic theology. There will also be a focus on comparing hermeneutical methodologies with those that have been applied to the Bible, in order to evaluate distinctive interests of the respective scriptures and of the interpretive communities.


All Nations has one of the finest mission libraries in the country with over 50,000 volumes as well as a wide range of journals and audio visual material. Free Wifi is available in all the buildings.


We have a range of comfortable single, twin and double bedded rooms. Although our rooms are not en-suite, all rooms have wash basins. Baths and showers are located near each room. Towels and bed linen are provided. All meals are served in the college's cafeteria. Special diets can be catered for, please give notice when booking.

Key Information

  • Course Fees
  • Residential rate per course

    4 day courses £545

    5 day courses £595


    Non residential rate per course

    4 day courses £430

    5 day courses £470


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