Baillie, John, 1886-1960 (Scottish theologian and ecumenical leader)
Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: BAI 1/18/1/8
Scope and Contents Correspondence with publishers (Oxford University Press) and correspondence with friends, colleagues and other readers relating to Invitation to Pilgrimage ( 1942).
Identifier: BAI 1/13
Scope and Contents manuscripts of published and unpublished works, with accompanying notes and revisions
Identifier: BAI 1/18/1/7
Scope and Contents Correspondence with publishers (Oxford University Press and Charles Scribner's Sons) and correspondence with friends, colleagues and other readers relating to Our knowledge of God ( 1939).
Identifier: BAI 2
Scope and Contents The papers of Florence Jewel Baillie consist of:
- correspondence from John Baillie
- correpondence with the wider Fowler and Pearse families
- general papers and correspondence
Identifier: BAI 1/8/2
Scope and Contents periodicals, including the Expository Times and the New Republic
Identifier: BAI 11/8
Scope and Contents Correspondence and related items relating to the publication of previously unpublished work by John Baillie and those already published, namely Diary of Private Prayer, Christian Devotion, Sense and Presence of God, A Reasoned Faith and Baptism and Conversion. Also reviews of posthumous publications and letters of appreciation.
Identifier: BAI 1/14
Scope and Contents cuttings, offprints, pamphlets, periodicals and related material
Identifier: BAI 1/4/1/19
Scope and Contents Carnaban Lectures given by John Baillie in 1955. These were subsequently published posthumously as Baptism and Conversion, 1964).
Identifier: BAI 1/4/1/21
Scope and Contents Sir D. Owen Evans lectures given by John Baillie in 1952, examining the theological concept of revelation. These were subsequently published as The Idea of Revelation in Recent Thought, 1956).
Identifier: BAI 1/18/1/6
Scope and Contents Correspondence with publishers (Faber and Faber) and correspondence with co-authors (including Thomas Stearns Eliot, Karl Barth), co-editor Hugh Martin, friends, colleagues and other readers relating to Revelation ( 1937).