Baillie, John, 1886-1960 (Scottish theologian and ecumenical leader)
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: BAI 1/6
Scope and Contents hand and typewritten texts of broadcasts
Identifier: BAI 1/1/9
Scope and Contents A notebook with incomplete writing on dogmatics, explaining the concept, looking at different religions, apologetics within Christianity and the relationship between dogmatics and piety.
Identifier: BAI 2/1/1
Scope and Contents Letters from John Baillie to Florence Jewel Baillie, covering personal matters along with wider family, social, professional, political and religious ones. Some letters are also from Ian Fowler Baillie.
Identifier: BAI 1/4/1/15
Scope and Contents Set of 6 lectures by John Baillie on Martin Luther, given to the Bible Class at Broughton Place Church.
Identifier: BAI 1/6/9
Scope and Contents Broadcast by John Baillie examining the relationship between the science and religion.
Identifier: BAI 1
Scope and Contents school and university notes; awards and achievements; lectures, addresses and broadcasts; sermons and prayers; manuscripts of published works; papers relating to the World Council of Churches, British Council of Churches, General Assembly of the Church of Scotland and other organisations; personal and professional correspondence
Identifier: BAI 7
Scope and Contents The papers relating to Donald Macpherson Baillie consist of:
- articles, cuttings and ephemera
- career/employment resumés and references
- memorials and letters of condolence
Identifier: BAI 1/6/18
Scope and Contents Broadcast by John Baillie, reviewing previous ones in a series examining the relationship between science and religion.
Identifier: BAI 1/3/16
Scope and Contents An essay written by John Baillie as a student at the University of Edinburgh opr New College, examining what constitutes 'religion', including its relationship to both morality and philosophy.
Identifier: BAI 1/4/1/20
Scope and Contents Undated lecture by John Baillie, examining the role of religion within the context of the Second World War. Includes relevant press cutting.