Baillie, John, 1886-1960 (Scottish theologian and ecumenical leader)
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Broadcasting and the Churches, 1949
Identifier: BAI 1/6/1
Scope and Contents Broadcast celebrating the silver jubilee of broadcasting in Edinburgh and examining how broadcasting is used to churches, comparing it with other means of communication.
Church History (junior), c1910
Identifier: BAI 1/2/17
Scope and Contents 6 booklets of notes taken at 89 lectures on Church History at New College.
Church History (senior), c1910
Identifier: BAI 1/2/18
Scope and Contents 8 booklets of notes taken at 85 lectures on Church History at New College. The final booklet also has some notes on ethics.
Church of Scotland papers, 1937-1957
Identifier: BAI 1/11
Scope and Contents notes, texts of speeches, papers & reports
Fruits of love in the early Church, c1912-c1955
Identifier: BAI 1/4/1/14
Scope and Contents Undated lecture by John Baillie, examining works of public welfare done by the church.
General addresses, c1912-c1955
Identifier: BAI 1/4/3
Scope and Contents Lectures and addresses given by John Baillie to various audiences throughout his professional life. Includes lectures on the church and international affairs, priesthood and the modern world, Christianity in Scotland, the ecumenical movement, ethics in relation to nuclear weapons, agnosticism, education and theology and war.
Lectures and addresses, c1912-c1955
Identifier: BAI 1/4
Scope and Contents Lectures given to classes, public lectures & addresses, special lectures & addresses
Primitive Church Order, c1912-c1955
Identifier: BAI 1/4/1/17
Scope and Contents Undated lecture by John Baillie, looking at the early history within the Christian Church and how it was organised.
Identifier: BAI 1/5
Scope and Contents hand and typewritten sermons, some giving date and place of delivery, in loose-leaf and notebook form
The Reformed Churches and the Ecumenical Movement, c1954
Identifier: BAI 1/4/1/7
Scope and Contents Lecture by John Baillie, examining the relationship between reformed churches and the wider ecumenical movement.