Lectures and Lecturing
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = NAHSTE
Found in 253 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box CLX-A-1529: Series Coll-1320/6, Box: data_value_missing_0836732bcc71d6c23fbe4777e36f9fd1, Box: data_value_missing_22086b78fe9c8e922a78c05cb74c9857
Identifier: BAI 1/4/1/14
Scope and Contents Undated lecture by John Baillie, examining works of public welfare done by the church.
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.
Identifier: BAI 1/17/18
Scope and Contents Correspondence, press cuttings and related items, including material relating to the Ridell Memorial lectures and the Edinburgh Famine Relief Committee and letters from his wife Florence Jewel Baillie, his brother Donald Macpherson Baillie, Arnold Joseph Toynbee, publishers and individuals within the YMCA.
Scope and Contents File of typescript and manuscript drafts for talks and articles concerning the redevelopment of London County Council's Comprehensive Development Area no 2: Stepney / Poplar. Most are authored by Percy Johnson-Marshall, but other authors are represented including the Architect to the Council, Sir Robert Hogg Matthew.
Identifier: BAI 1/8/1/3
Scope and Contents Review by John Baillie of God the Creator ( 1937), a publication of the Hastie lectures, given by George Stuart Hendry at the University of Glasgow.
Identifier: BAI 1/4/1/3
Scope and Contents Set of 10 lectures by John Baillie to the Summer School of Christian Workers, examining the Bible.
Identifier: BAI 1/4/1/8
Scope and Contents Lecture by John Baillie, examining the role of inspiration in religion, leading to enlightenment, as opposed to what is handed down by tradition (with letter from Bernard C Clausen, who has borrowed this text).
Scope and Contents Volume consists of drafts of numerous introductions for various kinds of lectures in 'natural philosophy', the first dated October 26, 1779, and possibly bearing the name of David Hume.