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The Hulsean Lectures for 1891. The following lectures were in substance delivered in 1891 as the Hulsean Lectures for that year. The Temple of SolomonA Study of Semitic Cultureby Phillips Endecott Osgood
The Hulsean Lectures for 1891. I have withheld them from publica tion in the hope that I might be able to expand them, so as to make them more worthy of the subject, of which they give little more than a sketch. The Temple of SolomonA Study of Semitic Cultureby Phillips Endecott Osgood. Lectures in Divinityby George Hill. Vol. 1. Principles of New Testament Quotation Established and Applied to Biblical Scienceby James Scott.
LYTTELTON, ARTHUR TEMPLE (1852–1903), suffragan bishop of Southampton .
LYTTELTON, ARTHUR TEMPLE (1852–1903), suffragan bishop of Southampton, born in London on 7 Jan. 1852, was fifth son of George William Lyttelton, fourth Baron Lyttelton, by his first wife Mary, daughter of Sir Stephen Richard Glynne (eighth baronet). For many years a contributor to periodical literature, and the author of an essay on the Atonement in 'Lux Mundi' (1889), he also pubhshed : 'College and University Sermons' (1894) and 'The Place of Miracles in Religion' (1899), being the Hulsean lectures for 1891. After his death there appeared 'Modern Poets of Faith, Doubt and Unbelief, and other Essays' (1904), with portrait.
1891 - Arthur Temple Lyttelton, The Place of Miracles in Religion. 1910 - Ernest Arthur Edghill, The Revelation of the Son of God: Some questions and considerations arising out of a study of second century Christianity. 1892 - John Bickford Heard, Alexandrian and Carthaginian Theology Contrasted. 1893 - Mandell Creighton, Persecution and Tolerance. 1911 - Reginald James Fletcher, Dei Christus, Dei verbum.
Arthur Temple Lyttelton MA DD (7 January 1852 – 19 February 1903) was an Anglican Bishop in the late 19th and early 20th . He gave and published a number of lectures relating to his faith, and was the Hulsean Lecturer in 1891.
Arthur Temple Lyttelton MA DD (7 January 1852 – 19 February 1903) was an Anglican Bishop in the late 19th and early 20th century. After studying at Eton College and Cambridge University, he was ordained as a priest in 1877, and was a curate at St Mary's in Reading. After a short time as a tutor at Keble College, Oxford, he became the first Master of Selwyn College, Cambridge. He was also one of eleven members of the Lyttelton family to play first-class cricket. Early life and cricket career.
Arthur Temple Lyttelton’s books. The Place of Miracle in Religion: The Hulsean Lectures for 1891. Modern Poets of Faith, Doubt, & Paganism and Other Essays: With a Memoir of the Author by .