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Despite the name, this is not a divinity school
I notice that people have added categories and "see also" links reflecting a belief that this is a seminary. It is not, at least not for the past few hundred years! It houses no divinity students or faculty. Oxford does have a Department of Theology but it isn't housed in the building. As far as I know, Oxford does not have a separate seminary--though back in the Middle Ages when it began, it was all seminary, all aimed at educating young clergy. That's probably where the name of this building came from.