King's College, London

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The College, incorporated in 1829, was designed as an Anglican counterweight to the undenominational University College, London, which had been established in 1827. From 1908 to 1980 the theological department had a separate identity from the rest of the College, but has now been reintegrated. The College is a constituent part of the University of London.

Subjects: Christianity.

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