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Found in 127 Collections and/or Records:

Ordinale Ottenburgense, 1527

Identifier: MS 32
Contents The manuscript is an Ordinal from 1527, when it was written in and for the Benedictine monastery of Ottenburg in Swabia (Germany). Ordinals get their names from the ordo (ritual and rubrics) for celebrations and provide a general guide to the liturgy for a particular church.The Kalendar starts on f.2r. This is Benedictine, of Augsburg Diocese, and written for the monastery itself.Prominent saints commemorated in the...
Dates: 1527

Ordinatio [incomplete] by John Duns Scotus, 14th century

Identifier: MS 116
Contents This manuscript contains the first two books of John Duns Scotus’s Ordinatio or Opus Oxoniense. Duns Scotus (c. 1266 –1308) was Fransciscan and very influential Scholastic philosopher and theologian of the late Middle Ages, famous for his doctrines of the univocity of being and the haecceitas. The Ordinatio or Opus Oxoniense is...
Dates: 14th century

Ordo Professionis (Benedictine), 1541

Identifier: MS 55
Contents The manuscript is an Italian Order of Profession created in Verona in 1541. These types of manuscripts provide rubrics (instructions) and texts for those in the religious profession. This specific manuscript can be classified as Benedictine.The manuscript starts with Incipit ordo professionis fiende per monacham in manu sacerdotis on f.1r. It continues Anno domini .mo...
Dates: 1541

Papers and slides of Rev. George Hastie, Edinburgh University former student

 Fonds — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Coll-1946
Scope and Contents This fonds consists of the lectures notes, photographs and slides of Rev. George Hastie, student at the University of Edinburg in the late 1960s. The lecture notes were taken by Hastie for his MA course at Edinburgh Univertsity between 1967 and 1970. The slides show photographs taken by Hastie in 1966, 1967 and 1968. Also includes a rectorial election leaflet entitled 'The Making of a Rector', printed for the Tom Hutton Campaign in 1968.1. The lecture notes include a complete set...
Dates: 1966-1970

Papers of Henry Barker (d. 1948)

Identifier: GD50
Scope and Contents The collection is composed of: a dissertation on the problem of theological method in its bearing on philosophy; items on the connection between ethical theory and a religious view of the world, and the science of ethics from the standpoint of realism; material on philosophy and theology, Ritschlian theology, the religious consciousness, faith, and the nature and origin of Christian experience; an unpublished article on anthropomorphism; material on the moral teaching of the Gospels; Kemp...
Dates: 1899-1935

Papers of James Wodrow (1637-1707), Professor of Divinity, University of Glasgow

Identifier: MS WOD2
Scope and Contents

Volume entitled 'Orationes, praelectiones et methodus' [lectures and sermons] containing individual texts in Latin, with some notes in English.

Dates: 1692-1694

Papers of Prof Archibald Hamilton Charteris (1835-1908)

Identifier: MS CHAR 1
Scope and Contents 1.1 Canonicity; a collection of early testamonies to the canonical books of the New Testament based on Kirchhofer's 'Quellensammlung'. pp. 209-484. 1880. Manuscript notes by Charteris interleaved.1.2 Notebook of lectures on Galacians. 1885-86.1.3 Lecture book on prophecy in the Old Testament. 1896-97.1.4 Scrapbook of newspaper clippings and obituary notices. Address by Dr. I. Mitford Mitchell at the dedication of the Charteris Memorial Church [Edinburgh],...
Dates: 1880-1912

Papers of Robert Wodrow (1679-1734), minister of Eastwood

Identifier: MS WOD3
Scope and Contents The material comprises probatory discourses, sermons, and other theological writings. MS WOD3/1 Probatory discourses [in English and Latin] RW. 8°. No pagination. 19 discourses, 1679-1703, some autographed. No.19 incomplete. No. 9 was removed 6 April and presented to President Woodrow Wilson during his visit to the Peace Conference 1919. From General Assembly Library. MS WOD3/2...
Dates: c.1640-c.1710

Papers of the Rev. Professor William Manson (1882-1958)

Identifier: GD15
Scope and Contents The collection consists of: formal lectures and notes on the Apocalypse, Christianity, Eschatology, Greek Bible and Language, Jesus, the Jewish people, Mark, Moses, Peter, St. Paul, the Resurrection, and the Synoptic Gospels, and much more; informal lectures and addresses on a variety of topics ; sermons and sermon fragments based on Genesis, Exodus, Samuel, the Psalms, Isaiah, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Romans, Corinthians, and Revelation; prayers of intercession, for world peace,...
Dates: 1911-1953