Theology has been studied at Oxford for many centuries. The traditional focus on biblical studies (including the study of biblical languages), church history, and church doctrine is now complemented by work on other religions and new ways of considering religion influenced by sociology and psychology.

 

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  • Archaeology in relation to the Old Testament
  • Augustine: Life and Thought
  • Bhakti, Vernaculars (Hinduism II)
  • Biblical Hebrew
  • Brahmanism (Hinduism I)
  • Buddhism in History and Society
  • Christian Life and Thought in Europe and the English-Speaking World, 1789–1921
  • Christian Liturgy
  • Christian Moral Reasoning
  • Christian Spirituality
  • Early Buddhist Doctrine and Practice
  • Early Syriac Christianity
  • English Church and Mission, 597–754
  • Further Studies in History and Doctrine
  • God and Israel in the Old Testament
  • God, Christ, and Salvation
  • Hebrews to Revelation
  • History and Theology in Western Christianity, 1500–1619
  • History and Theology of the Church in the Byzantine Empire, 1000–1453
  • Islam I: The Classical Period of Islam
  • Islam II: Islam in the Modern World
  • Issues in Theology, 1789–1921
  • Judaism I: The Formation of Rabbinic Judaism
  • Judaism II: Judaism in History and Society
  • Luke–Acts
  • New Testament Greek
  • Pauline Literature
  • Philosophical Theology
  • Philosophy of Religion
  • Psychology of Religion
  • Religions and Mythology of the Ancient Near East
  • Science and Religion
  • Selected Topics (Old Testament)
  • The Beginnings of the Church and its Institutions to AD 170
  • The Bible: Its Use and Influence
  • The Development of Doctrine in the Early Church to 451
  • The Gospels and Jesus
  • The Hebrew of the Old Testament
  • The History and Theology of Western Christianity 1050–1350
  • The Nature of Religion
  • The Sociology of Religion
  • Varieties of Judaism 100 BC–AD 100