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Bampton Lecture Series, 1780–1920 (127 vols.)

by 124 authors Hessey, James Augustus, Shirley, Walter Augustus, Williamson, James, Bidlake, John, Whately, Richard, Nares, Edward, Fremantle, W. H., Short, Augustus, Alexander, William Henry, Wright, Charles Henry Hamilton, Hutton, William Holden, Hawkins, Edward, van Mildert, William, Jelf, Richard William, Soames, Henry, Burton, Edward, Sanday, William, Heurtley, Charles A., Collinson, John, Bartlett, Robert Edward, Barry, Alfred, Mansel, Henry Longueville, White, Joseph, Goddard, Charles, Sanford, John, Watkins, Henry William, Jones, John, Litton, Edward Arthur, Michell, R., Le Mesurier, Thomas, Riddle, Joseph Esmond, Waldengrave, Samuel, Finch, William, Goldsmith, Peter, Wordsworth, John, Hatch, Edwin, Cheyne, Thomas Kelly, Eaton, John Richard Turner, Carpenter, W. Boyd, Heber, Reginald, Illingworth, J. R., Lancaster, Thomas William, Vogan, Thomas S. L., Bernard, Thomas Dehany, Smith, R. Payne, Holmes, Robert, Penrose, John, Grant, Anthony, Robertson, Archibald T., Leathes, Stanley, Hannah, J., Nott, George Frederic, Temple, Frederick, Horne, Thomas, Peile, James H. F., Chandler, George, Hampden, Renn Dickson, Farrer, John, Gray, Robert, Browne, John, Hall, Charles Henry, Garbett, Edward, Mozley, James Bowling, Bandinel, James, Neve, Timothy, Cobb, John, Croft, George, Kett, Henry, Morres, Robert, Eveleigh, John, Barrow, William, Churton, Ralph, Wintle, Thomas, Wace, Henry, Shepard, Richard, Rawlinson, George, Farrar, Frederic William, Faber, George Stanley, Rashdall, Hastings, Gore, Charles, Bode, John Ernest, Moberly, George, Nolan, Frederick, Conybeare, W. D., Mant, Richard, Laurence, Richard, Ottley, Robert L., Woodgate, Henry Arthur, Thomson, William, Conybeare, J. J., Vaux, William, Carwithen, John Bayley Somers, Falconer, Thomas, Smith, I. Gregory, Milman, Henry Hart, Edmundson, George, Marsh, Edward Garrard, Strong, Thomas B., Jelf, William Edward, Bussell, F. W., Inge, William Ralph, Bigg, Charles, Irons, William J., Spry, John Hume, Row, C. A., Garbett, James, Tatham, Edward, Faussett, Godfrey, Wilson, Henry Bristow, Morgan, Hector Davies, Hobhouse, Walter, Skrine, John Huntley, Farrar, Adam Storey, Hawkins, William, Curteis, George Herbert, Ogilvie, Charles A., Miller, John, Liddon, H. P., Richards, George, Veysie, Daniel, Headlam, Arthur C., Goulburn, Edward Meyrick, Jackson, William, Moysey, C. A.

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140 Years of Oxford & Cambridge Theology Lectures

The Bampton Lectures were inaugurated at the University of Oxford in 1780 at the behest of William Bampton. Bampton, who left Oxford a generous bequest of land and estates, stipulated that the university in turn establish an annual series of eight lectures to be delivered in the University Church. His will specifically required that:

  • The Oxford and Cambridge college heads choose the lecturers
  • No person be qualified to preach unless he or she hold at least an MA from one of the two universities
  • The same person never preach twice
  • The lectures be published within two months of their delivery

The Bampton Lecture Series (127 vols.) contains over 1,000 lectures from over 100 theologians and preachers. Spanning 1780 to 1920, these lectures cover a wide spectrum of theological topics. From the topical debates of the nineteenth century—biblical inerrancy, creation and evolution, the Oxford movement, and more—to entire volumes dedicated to Jesus’ life, the Reformation, and primitive Church history, this collection has it all.

With the Logos Bible Software edition, all Scripture passages in the Bampton Lecture Series are tagged and appear on mouseover. What’s more, Scripture references are linked to the resources in your digital library. Research that would normally take hours of page turning can now be completed with a few clicks! This makes all 127 volumes more powerful and easier to access than ever before for scholarly work or personal Bible study. With Logos’ advanced features, you can perform powerful searches by topic or Scripture reference—finding, for example, every mention of “grace” or “covenant.”

Note: No lectures were given for the years 1834, 1835, 1841, 1896, 1898, 1900, 1902, 1904, 1906, 1908, 1910, 1912, 1914, 1916–1919.

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  • Over 1,000 lectures
  • Over 100 theologians and preachers
  • Content completely searchable by topic, name, or Scripture reference

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Eight Sermons Preached before the University of Oxford in the Year 1780

  • Author: James Bandinel
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: J. F. and C. Rivington
  • Publication Date: 1780
  • Pages: 340

The Bampton Lectures for 1780 contains lectures on the following:

  • Philippians 4:8
  • Romans 10:14–15
  • Isaiah 61:1–2
  • Ephesians 1:3
  • 1 John 1:1–3
  • 1 Corinthians 11:1
  • 2 Peter 1:19
  • Philippians 4:8
  • A Vindication of St. Paul from the Charge of Wishing Himself Accursed

James Bandinel (1733–1804) was educated at Winchester College, University of Oxford, and Jesus College, Oxford, where he earned his DD. He was rector of St. Bartholomew’s, Furtho, Northamptonshire, and Wigginton Church, St. Giles from 1775–1789.

Eight Sermons Preached before the University of Oxford in the Year 1781

  • Author: Timothy Neve
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: J. F. and C. Rivington
  • Publication Date: 1781
  • Pages: 237

The Bampton Lectures for 1781 contains lectures on the following:

  • Jesus Christ the Predicted Messiah: John 5:29
  • The True Knowledge of God and Christ: John 17:3
  • The Comparative Excellency of Christian Morality: 1 Corinthians 1:21
  • Preeminence of the Christian over the Mosaical Law: Galatians 3:21
  • Time and Place of Birth, and the Person of Christ Considered: Luke 2:11
  • Dishonoring Christ is Dishonoring God: John 5:23
  • The Necessity of Inward Faith and Outward Confession: Romans 10:10
  • The Causes of the Inefficacy of the Word and Faith: Hebrews 4:2

Timothy Neve (1724–1798) was educated at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, where he earned his DD in 1758. From 1783 to his death in 1798, Neve was the Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity at Oxford and the sixth prebendal stall in Worcester Cathedral.

On the Prophecies and Testimony of John the Baptist, and the Parallel Prophecies of Jesus Christ

  • Author: Robert Holmes
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: J. F. and C. Rivington
  • Publication Date: 1782
  • Pages: 216

The Bampton Lectures for 1782 contains lectures on the following:

  • Luke 3:3–4
  • Matthew 3:5–6
  • Mark 1:7
  • John 1:6–7
  • John 1:7
  • John 13:19
  • John 13:19
  • John 13:19

Robert Holmes (1745–1805) was educated at New College, Oxford, where he earned his DD in 1789. He served at Salisbury Cathedral, Hereford Cathedral, and Christ Church, Oxford, and was named dean of Winchester in 1804.

Eight Sermons Preached before the University of Oxford in the Year 1783

  • Author: John Cobb
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Claredon Press
  • Publication Date: 1783
  • Pages: 212

The Bampton Lectures for 1783 contains lectures on the following:

  • An Inquiry after Happiness: Matthew 6:21
  • Natural Religion: 1 Corinthians 1:19
  • The Gospel: Matthew 11:28
  • Repentance: Luke 14:24
  • Faith: Galatians 2:20
  • Professional Faith: 2 Peter 3:18
  • Practical Faith: James 1:22
  • The Christian’s Privileges: Matthew 6:24

John Cobb (1727–1809) was educated at St. John’s College, where he earned his DD in 1781. He served as vicar of Charlbury, Oxfordshire.

A Comparison of Mahometism and Christianity in Their History, Their Evidence, and Their Effects

  • Author: Joseph White
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: J. F. and C. Rivington
  • Publication Date: 1811
  • Pages: 454

The Bampton Lectures for 1784 contains lectures on the following:

  • Matthew 11:19
  • Acts 5:38–39
  • Acts 5:38–39
  • John 7:12
  • 1 Kings 8:18
  • Luke 19:22
  • Matthew 7:16
  • Mark 16:15

Joseph White (1745–1814) was educated at Wadham College, Oxford, where he earned his DD in 1787. In 1804 he was appointed Regius Professor of Hebrew at the University of Oxford. His other works include Diatessaron or Harmony of the Gospels and Criseos Griesbachianae in Novum Testamentum Synopsis.

Eight Sermons on the Prophecies Respecting the Destruction of Jerusalem

  • Author: Ralph Churton
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Claredon Press
  • Publication Date: 1785
  • Pages: 263

The Bampton Lectures for 1785 contains lectures on the following:

  • Introductory View of the Advent of the Messiah, and of the Coming of His Kingdom: Matthew 6:10
  • On the Previous Propagation of the Gospel: Matthew 24:14
  • On the Appearance of False Christs and False Prophets, with Some Remarks on the Evidence of Prophecy and Miracles: Matthew 24:4–5
  • On Signs of Wrath, and the Commencement of Troubles: Matthew 24:8
  • On the Providential Deliverance of the Christians: Luke 21:20–21
  • On the Miseries of the Siege, and the Final Desolation of the City and the Temple: Luke 19:41–44
  • On the Future Conversion of the Jews
  • Recapitulation, with Reflections and Inferences: John 14:29

Ralph Churton (1764–1831) was educated at Brasenose College, Oxford, where he earned his MA in 1778. He was elected fellow and appointed Whitehall preacher there the same year. In 1805 he was elected archdeacon of St. David’s Cathedral Church. His works include A memoir of Thomas Townson, The Lives of William Smyth, Bishop of Lincoln, and Sir Richard Sutton, Knight: Founders of Brazen Nose College, and The Life of Alexander Nowell: Dean of St. Paul’s.

Eight Sermons Preached before the University of Oxford in the Year 1786

  • Author: George Croft
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Claredon Press
  • Publication Date: 1786
  • Pages: 210

The Bampton Lectures for 1786 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Use and Abuse of Reason: Luke 12:57
  • Objections against Inspiration Considered: Psalm 119:130
  • The Authority of the Ancient Fathers Examined: 1 Thessalonians 5:12–13
  • On the Conduct of the First Reformers: Psalm 80:9
  • The Charge of Intolerance in the Church of England Refuted: 2 Corinthians 1:24
  • Objections against the Liturgy Answered: Numbers 16:11
  • On the Evils of Separation: Romans 16:17
  • The Present State of Religion, with Some Conjectural Remarks upon Prophecies to Be Fullfilled Hereafter: John 3:2

George Croft (1747–1809) was educated at University College, Oxford where he earned his MA in 1769 and his DD 1780. Croft lectured at St. Martins, Birmingham and was appointed the chaplaincy of St. Bartholomew in the same parish.

Discourses on Scripture Mysteries

  • Author: William Hawkins
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Claredon Press
  • Publication Date: 1787
  • Pages: 414

The Bampton Lectures for 1787 contains lectures on the following:

  • John 18:38
  • John 5:39
  • Acts 1:3
  • Acts 1:3
  • 1 John 5:20
  • 1 Corinthians 15:12
  • 1 Corinthians 15:12

William Hawkins (1722–1801) was educated at Pembroke College, Oxford where he earned his MA in 1744. He was instituted to the rectory of Whitchurch Canonicorum, Dorset, which he retained until his death. An accomplished poet, dramatist, and sermon writer, his numerous works include Henry and Rosamond: A Tragedy, The Nature, Extent, and Excellence of Christian Charity, and The Reasonableness of Our Belief in Christianity.

The Ground and Credibility of the Christian Religion

  • Author: Richard Shepard
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Lockyer Davis
  • Publication Date: 1788
  • Pages: 302

The Bampton Lectures for 1788 contains lectures on the following:

  • Introductory Discourse: Proverbs 3:13
  • The Existence of God Demonstrated: Romans 1:10
  • A Divine Super-intendance Displayed in the Natural and Moral Government of the World: Job 31:4
  • The General Obligation of Religion: Psalms 45:6
  • An Enquiry into the Competency of the Light of Nature: Isaiah 59:9
  • The Possibility of a Revelation: John 4:2
  • An Enquiry into the General Expectation of a Messiah: Matthew 22:42
  • An Enquiry into the General Scope and Tenor of the Scriptures of the New Testament: Matthew 22:42

Richard Shepard (1732–1809) was educated at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, where he earned his DD in 1788, the same year he gave the Bampton Lectures. He was instituted in 1792 to the rectory of Wetherden and Helmingham in Suffolk. His numerous works include Examination of the Socinian Exposition of the Prefatory Verses of St. John’s Gospel, Notes on the Gospel and Epistles of St. John, and The Consolation of Christianity.

The Chart and Scale of Truth by Which to Find the Cause of Error, vol. 1

  • Author: Edward Tatham
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: J. F. and C. Rivington
  • Publication Date: 1790
  • Pages: 324

The Bampton Lectures for 1789 contains lectures on the following:

  • Of Truth in General
  • Of the Syllogistic Method
  • Of the Analogic Method
  • Of the Logic of Mathematics
  • Of the Logic of Physics
  • Of the Logic of Facts
  • Of the Logic of History
  • Of the Logic of Ethics
  • Of the Logic of Poetry
  • Of the Aristotelian Logic

Edward Tatham (1749–1834) was educated at Lincoln College, Oxford, where he earned his DD in 1787. He was rector of Lincoln College, Oxford from 1792 to his death.

The Chart and Scale of Truth by Which to Find the Cause of Error, vol. 2

  • Author: Edward Tatham
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: J. F. and C. Rivington
  • Publication Date: 1790
  • Pages: 324

The Bampton Lectures for 1789 contains lectures on the following:

  • Of the Logic of Theology
  • Of the Theological Principle, and Its Effect upon the Mind
  • Of Theological Reasoning
  • Of the General Interpretation of the Holy Scriptures
  • Of the Particular Interpretation of the Holy Scriptures
  • Of Theological Truth
  • General Recapitulation and Prospectus of the Future Plan

Edward Tatham (1749–1834) was educated at Lincoln College, Oxford, where he earned his DD in 1787. He was rector of Lincoln College, Oxford from 1792 to his death.

Eight Sermons Preached before the University of Oxford in the Year 1790

  • Author: Henry Kett
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: J. Fletcher, D. Prince, and J. Cooke
  • Publication Date: 1791
  • Pages: 328

The Bampton Lectures for 1790 contains lectures on the following:

  • Jeremiah 6:16
  • Mark 16:20
  • Jeremiah 1:19
  • Ephesians 27
  • Isaiah 43:9
  • Jude 5:3
  • 2 Timothy 3:15
  • Hebrews 12:1

Henry Kett (1761–1825) was educated at Trinity College, Oxford, where he earned his BD in 1793. His numerous works include History the Interpreter of Prophecy, Elements of General Knowledge, and Logic Made Easy: A Short View of the Aristotelic System of Reasoning.

Eight Sermons Preached before the University of Oxford in the Year 1791

  • Author: Robert Morres
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: J. Fletcher, D. Prince, and J. Cooke
  • Publication Date: 1791
  • Pages: 242

The Bampton Lectures for 1791 contains lectures on the following:

  • Introduction: Faith Defined
  • Faith a Principle of Action
  • Faith in Divine Testimony No Subject of Question
  • Internal Evidence of the Gospel
  • Articles of Christian Faith
  • Religious Establishments
  • Heresies
  • Recapitulation

Robert Morres (1733–1804), MA, was fellow of Brazen Nose College and rector of Middleton Cheney, Northamptonshire.

Eight Sermons Preached before the University of Oxford in the Year 1792

  • Author: John Eveleigh
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: J. Cooke
  • Publication Date: 1792
  • Pages: 286

The Bampton Lectures for 1792 contains 8 lectures on 1 Peter 3:15.

John Eveleigh (1748–1814) was Provost of Oriel College and Prebendary of Rochester.

The Truth, Inspiration, Authority, and End of the Scriptures

  • Author: James Williamson
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: J. Cooke
  • Publication Date: 1793
  • Pages: 239

The Bampton Lectures for 1793 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Importance of Religious Truth: John 18:38
  • The Truth of the Scriptures: John 6:68
  • The Inspiration of the Scriptures: 2 Timothy 3:16
  • The Authority of the Scriptures: John 20:31
  • Answer to Objections against Christ’s Atonement: 1 John 2:1–2
  • The Proofs and Uses of Christ’s Atonement: 1 John 2:1–2
  • The Nature of Faith: Hebrews 11:6
  • The Necessity of Obedience: John 13

James Williamson (1733–1804) was Prebendary of Lincoln and rector of Winwick, Northamptonshire. He is also the author of A Defense of the Doctrines, Establishment, and Conduct of the Church of England.

The Expediency, Prediction, and Accomplishment of the Christian Redemption Illustrated

  • Author: Thomas Wintle
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: J. Cooke
  • Publication Date: 1794
  • Pages: 276

The Bampton Lectures for 1794 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Inability of the Human Nature to Discover a Deliverance from the Fatal Consequences of Sin: Romans 7:24–25
  • Intimations of a Deliverer in the Early Ages of the World: Romans 11:26
  • Predictions of the Messiah During the Regal Government of the Jews: Acts 3:24
  • The Time of the Messiah’s Coming, as Noted by the Later Prophets: Malachi 3:1
  • The Insufficiency of Former Revelations, and the Delay of the Christian Considered: Romans 8:3
  • The Death of Christ an Expiatory Sacrifice: Hebrews 9:26
  • The Influence of the Gospel on the Christian Life: John 15:3
  • The Effects of Christ’s Intercession: Hebrews 7:25

Thomas Wintle (1733–1804) was a fellow at Pembroke College and rector of Brightwell, Berkshire.

The Doctrine of Atonement Illustrated and Defended

  • Author: Daniel Veysie
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Fletcher and Hanwell
  • Publication Date: 1795
  • Pages: 239

The Bampton Lectures for 1795 contains lectures on the following:

  • 1 Timothy 2:5
  • 1 Timothy 1:15
  • Hebrews 9:13–14
  • Hebrews 8:1–2
  • 1 Corinthians 13:12
  • 1 Corinthians 1:23
  • 1 Corinthians 1:23
  • Romans 3:25–26

Daniel Veysie was fellow of Oriel College and the author of numerous works, including Plain Lectures on the Book of Job and A Defence of the Preservative against Unitarianism Including a Vindication of the Genuineness of the Epistle to the Hebrews.

Sermons on the Principles upon Which the Reformation of the Church of England Was Established

  • Author: Robert Gray
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Rivingtons
  • Publication Date: 1796
  • Pages: 333

The Bampton Lectures for 1796 contains lectures on the following:

  • On the Effects of Religion, Particularly under the Influence of the Reformation: John 3:19
  • On the Spiritual Nature of Christ’s Kingdom: John 18:36
  • On the Obligations which Exist as to the Adoption of Christianity by the Civil Power: John 18:36
  • On the Spiritual Rights of the Ministry: John 20:21–23
  • On Christ’s Promises Relating to the Preservation of the Church: Matthew 28:20
  • On the Effects of the Restoration of the Scriptures to General Regard: 2 Timothy 3:16
  • On the General Consistency and Moderation of the Church of England: 2 Timothy 2:19–20
  • On the Necessity of Preserving the Faith in Consistency with Rules of Charity: Ephesians 4:3

Robert Gray (1762–1834) was educated at St. Mary Hall, Oxford, where he earned his DD in 1802. His works include Key to the Old Testament and Apocrypha, Discourses on Various Subjects, Illustrative of the Evidence, Influence, and Doctrines of Christianity, and Religious Union: A Sketch of a Plan for Uniting Roman Catholics and Presbyterians with the Established Church.

The Objections of Infidel Historians and Other Writers against Christianity

  • Author: William Finch
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: University Press
  • Publication Date: 1797
  • Pages: 193

The Bampton Lectures for 1797 contains lectures on the following:

  • 2 Timothy 3:15
  • Mark 14:59
  • 2 Corinthians 3:4
  • Proverbs 21:30
  • Matthew 7:16
  • John 19:2
  • Acts 22:28
  • Hebrews 11:16

William Finch (1747–1810) was rector of Avington, Berks, and Tackley, Oxfordshire, and one of the city lecturers at St. Martin’s, Oxford.

Sermons Preached before the University of Oxford in the Year 1798

  • Author: Charles Henry Hall
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: University Press
  • Publication Date: 1799
  • Pages: 277

The Bampton Lectures for 1798 contains lectures on the following:

  • Acts 1:7
  • Ezekiel 36:22
  • Numbers 23:9
  • Colossians 2:17
  • Acts 10:43
  • Jeremiah 46:28
  • Daniel 2:20–22
  • Galatians 4:4
  • Matthew 28:19

Charles Henry Hall (1763–1827) was educated at Westminster School, where he earned his DD in 1800. In 1807 he was elected Regius Professor of Divinity, and then served as dean of Christ Church, Oxford, and then dean of Durham.

Eight Sermons Preached before the University of Oxford in the Year 1799

  • Author: William Barrow
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: F. and C. Rivington
  • Publication Date: 1799
  • Pages: 412

The Bampton Lectures for 1799 contains lectures on the following:

  • On the Variety of Opinions and Tenets in Religion: Matthew 10:34
  • On the Necessity of a Divine Revelation: 1 Corinthian 1:24
  • On the Probability That God Has Revealed His Will to Mankind: Roman 10:17
  • The Doctrines and Precepts of the Christian Revelation: 1 Timothy 4:8
  • On the Mysterious Doctrines of Christianity: 2 Peter 3:16
  • On the Want of Universality in the Promulgation and Reception of the Christian Revelation: Mark 16:15
  • On Prayer: Job 21:15
  • The Good Effects of Christianity on the Faith and Morals of Its Professors: 1 Peter 2:12

William Barrow (1754–1836) was educated at Queens College, Oxford, and was a fellow of the Society of Antiquaries. His works include Pecuniary Contributions for the Diffusion of Religious Knowledge, Expediency of Translating Our Scriptures into Several of the Oriental Languages and the Means of Rendering Those Translations Useful, and Familiar Dissertations on Theological and Moral Subjects.

The Divine Origin of Prophecy Illustrated and Defended in a Course of Sermons

  • Author: George Richards
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: University Press
  • Publication Date: 1800
  • Pages: 345

The Bampton Lectures for 1800 contains lectures on the following:

  • Zechariah 7:7
  • Isaiah 46:9–10
  • Daniel 2:10–11
  • Deuteronomy 4:32
  • Isaiah 30:10
  • Acts 15:18
  • 2 Peter 1:21
  • Ezekiel 2:4–5
  • Daniel 10:14

George Richards (1767–1837) was educated at Trinity College, Oxford, where he earned his DD in 1820. His works include Matilda, or, The Dying Penitent and Monody on Death of Lord Nelson.

Horae Mosaicae: A Dissertation on the Credibility and Theology of the Pentateuch, vol. 1

  • Author: George Stanley Faber
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: F. C. and J. Rivington
  • Publication Date: 1818
  • Pages: 429

The Bampton Lectures for 1801 contains lectures on the following:

  • The External Credibility of the Pentateuch
    • A General Statement of the Subject
    • Heathen Cosmogonies
    • Pagan Accounts of the Period between the Creation and the Deluge
    • Pagan Accounts of the Deluge
    • Pagan Accounts of the Periods after the Deluge
  • The Internal or Independent Credibility of the Pentateuch
    • The General Grounds of Internal or Independent Credibility
    • The Evidence That Moses Was Not an Enthusiast or a Dupe
    • The Evidence That Moses Was Not an Imposter
    • The Evidence From Authentic Historical Documents Wrtten About the Time
    • The Divine Inspiration of the Pentateuch Demonstrated from the Evidence of Miracles
    • The Divine Inspiration of the Pentateuch Demonstrated from the Accomplishment of Prophecy
    • The Divine Inspiration of the Pentateuch Proved from Its Inculcating the Unity of the Godhead

George Stanley Faber (1773–1854) was a prolific author and Anglican theologian educated at University College, Oxford. In 1801 he was a Bampton lecturer at the University of Oxford. A controversial writer, he published over 20 books, most of which provoked discussion and debate.

Horae Mosaicae: A Dissertation on the Credibility and Theology of the Pentateuch, vol. 2

  • Author: George Stanley Faber
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: F. C. and J. Rivington
  • Publication Date: 1818
  • Pages: 443

The Bampton Lectures for 1801 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Mutual Connection of God’s Several Dispensations
    • General Grounds of the Mutual Connection of God’s Several Dispensations
    • Respecting the Visible Descents of the Saviour under the Three Dispensations
    • The Opinions of the Jews Relative to the Drift of the Law and the Character of the Angel of Jehovah
  • Erroneous Opinions Respecting the Connection of the Three Dispensations
    • On the Eternal Personality of the Word
    • The Error of Certain of the Gentile Converts Respecting the Three Dispensations
    • The Error Respecting the Connection of the Law and the Gospel Peculiar to the Jews
    • Respecting the Authority, under Which We Are Rationally Bound to Admit the Abrogation of One Divine Dispensation and the Introduction of Another
  • The Connection of the Three Dispensations by Means of Types
    • The End of the Establishment of the Law
    • The Ceremonial Law
    • Eminent Characters Typical of Christ
  • The Connection of the Three Dispensations by Means of Prophecy
    • Prophecies Which Define the Family of the Messiah
    • Prophecies Relating to the Office and Character of the Messiah
    • Prophecies, Which Declare That the Law Was to Be Superseded by the Gospel
  • The Practical Connection of the Law and the Gospel
    • The Law is Schoolmaster to Bring Us unto Christ
    • The Necessity of a Perfect Dispensation

George Stanley Faber (1773–1854) was a prolific author and Anglican theologian educated at University College, Oxford. In 1801 he was a Bampton lecturer at the University of Oxford. A controversial writer, he published over 20 books, most of which provoked discussion and debate.

Religious Enthusiasm Considered in Eight Sermons

  • Author: George Frederic Nott
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: University Press
  • Publication Date: 1803
  • Pages: 502

The Bampton Lectures for 1802 contains lectures on the following:

  • 1 John 4:1
  • Luke 17:1–3
  • John 14:15
  • John 10:37–38
  • Micah 6:8
  • James 3:5
  • Matthew 10:34
  • Acts 24:16

James Bandinel (1733–1804) was educated at Winchester College, University of Oxford, and Jesus College, Oxford, where he earned his DD. He was rector of St. Bartholomew’s, Furtho, Northamptonshire, and Wigginton Church, St. Giles from 1775–1789.

Sermons on the Mission and Character of Christ and on the Beatitudes

  • Author: John Farrer
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: University Press
  • Publication Date: 1804
  • Pages: 395

The Bampton Lectures for 1803 contains lectures on the following:

  • On the Mission and Character of Christ
    • Isaiah 9:6
    • Isaiah 53:5
    • Isaiah 41:1–2
    • John 1:14
    • Luke 2:13–14
    • Matthew 4:23
    • Mark 1:15
    • Mark 1:15
  • The Beatitudes
    • Matthew 5:3–10
    • Matthew 5:5
    • Matthew 5:4
    • Matthew 5:6
    • Matthew 5:7
    • Matthew 5:8
    • Matthew 5:9

John Farrer (1733–1804) was educated at Queens College, Oxford, where he earned his MA in 1797. He was rector of the united parishes of St. Clement, East Cheap, and St. Martin Orgars, London. He is also the author of Sermons on the Parables.

An Attempt to Illustrate Those Articles of the Church of England Which the Calvinists Improperly Consider as Calvinistical

  • Author: Richard Laurence
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: John Henry Parker
  • Publication Date: 1853
  • Pages: 423

The Bampton Lectures for 1804 contains lectures on the following:

  • The General Principles of the Reformation
  • The Same Tendency Pointed Out in the Articles Themselves, as Deducible from the History of Their Compilation
  • On Original Sin, as Maintained by the Scholastics, the Lutherans, and Our Own Reformers
  • On the Tenet of the Schools Respecting Merit de Congruo, and That of the Lutherans in Opposition to It
  • The Articles “of Free Will,” and “of Works before Justification,” Explained in Connection with the Preceding Controversy
  • On the Scholastical Doctrine of Justification, the Lutheran, and That of Our Own Church
  • The Outline of the Predestination System Stated, as Taught in the Schools, and as Christianized by Luther and Melanchthon
  • The 17th Article Considered in Conformity with the Sentiments of the Latter, and Elucidated by Our Baptismal Service

Richard Laurence (1760–1838) was made Regius Professor of Hebrew and Canon of Christ Church, Oxford, in 1814, and Archbishop of Cashel, Ireland, in 1822. His numerous works include The Book of Enoch the Prophet and Primi Ezrae Libri.

A View of the Evidences of Christianity at the Close of the Pretended Age of Reason

  • Author: Edward Nares
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: University Press
  • Publication Date: 1805
  • Pages: 543

The Bampton Lectures for 1805 contains lectures on the following:

  • Acts 5:38–39
  • Acts 5:38–39
  • 2 Esdras 4:12
  • Ecclesiasticus 15:12
  • Jeremiah 6:16
  • Psalm 40:2
  • Jude ver. 10
  • Psalm 147:19–20
  • Titus 2:15

Edward Nares (1762–1841) was Regius Professor of Modern History at the University of Oxford. His numerous works include Sermons Composed for Country Congregations, Elements of General History Ancient and Modern, and Man, as Known to Us Theologically and Geologically.

Sermons Preached before the University of Oxford

  • Author: John Browne
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: University Press
  • Publication Date: 1809
  • Pages: 314

The Bampton Lectures for 1806 contains lectures on the following:

  • Revelations 1:8
  • Isaiah 41:8
  • John 16:12
  • John 4:23–24
  • Matthew 5:43–48
  • Exodus 14:31
  • Luke 16:31
  • Hebrews 12:25

John Browne was educated at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, where he earned his MA.

The Nature and Guilt of Schism Considered, with a Particular Reference to the Principles of the Reformation

  • Author: Thomas Le Mesurier
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme
  • Publication Date: 1808
  • Pages: 537

The Bampton Lectures for 1807 contains lectures on the following:

  • Luke 12:51
  • Galatians 5:12
  • Matthew 5:16
  • Luke 11:35
  • 2 Timothy 3:5
  • Mark 7:9
  • Hebrews 8:8
  • James 3:1

Thomas Le Mesurier (1756–1822) was educated at New College, Oxford, where he earned an MA in 1778 and a BD in 1813. In 1812, he was appointed rector of Haughton-le-Skerne, county Durham—a position he held until his death. His numerous works include The Doctrines of Predestination and Assurance Considered, On the Authority of the Church and of the Holy Scriptures, and a volume of his collected sermons.

An Attempt to Prove the Truth of Christianity from the Wisdom Displayed in Its Original Establishment and from the History of False and Corrupted Systems of Religion

  • Author: John Penrose
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: University Press
  • Publication Date: 1808
  • Pages: 375

The Bampton Lectures for 1808 focus entirely on John 18:36.

John Penrose (1778–1859) was educated at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, where he earned his MA in 1802. His works include An Inquiry into the Nature of Human Motives, A Treatise on the Evidence of the Scripture Miracles, and Of Christian Sincerity.

A View of the Brahminical Religion, in Its Confirmation of the Truth of the Sacred History and in Its Influence on the Moral Character

  • Author: John Bayley Somers Carwithen
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Cadell and Davies
  • Publication Date: 1810
  • Pages: 325

The Bampton Lectures for 1809 contains lectures on the following:

  • General View of the Brahminical System
  • On the Chronological System of the Brahmins, in Its Connection with the Sacred Chronology
  • On the Correspondence of the Brahminical Records, with the Mosaical Account of the Deluge
  • On the Correspondence of the Brahminical Records, with the Mosaical Account of the Origin and Settlement of Nations
  • On the Correspondence of the Brahminical System, with the Primeval Religion of Mankind
  • On the Brahminical Representations of the Deity Operating as a Preservative of Moral Purity, and as a Source of Happiness
  • On the Brahminical System in Its Operation on the Intellectual Faculties
  • On the Brahminical System in Its Operation on the Social Affections
  • On the Practibility of Introducing Christianity into India

John Bayley Somers Carwithen (1781–1832) was educated at St. Mary Hall, Oxford, where he earned his BD. He was vicar of Sandhurst, Berkshire, and the author of The History of the Church of England.

Certain Principles in Evanson’s “Dissonance of the Four Generally Received Evangelists” &c. Examined

  • Author: Thomas Falconer
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: University Press
  • Publication Date: 1811
  • Pages: 400

The Bampton Lectures for 1810 contains lectures on the following:

  • 1 Corinthians 2:5
  • Revelations 19:10
  • 2 Peter 1:16
  • 2 Peter 1:16
  • 2 Peter 1:16
  • 2 Peter 1:16
  • 2 Peter 1:19
  • 2 Peter 1:16
  • Acts 21:37

Thomas Falconer (1772–1839) was educated at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, where he earned his MA, then at the University of Oxford where he earned his MB and MD. His numerous works include A Sermon upon the Folly and Criminality of Attempts to Search into Futurity, The Case of Eusebius Examined, and The Resurrection of Our Saviour Ascertained from an Examination of the Proofs of the Identity of His Character after that Event.

The Truth and Consistency of Divine Revelation

  • Author: John Bidlake
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Richard Rees
  • Publication Date: 1813
  • Pages: 250

The Bampton Lectures for 1811 contains lectures on the following:

  • On Infidelity in General
  • On a Particular Providence in the Natural World; and the Perpetual Agency of a First Cause
  • On the Mosaic Dispensation
  • On the Christian Dispensation
  • On Some of the Evidences of Christianity
  • On the Errors of Fanaticism
  • Observations on Some of the Articles of Our Church Which Are Misrepresented by Mistaken Zeal
  • The Same Subject Continued, with Additional Remarks on Some Prevailing Errors

John Bidlake (1733–1804) was educated at Christ Church College, Oxford, where he received his BA, MA, and DD. His works include Slave-trade: A Sermon, Sermons on Various Subjects, and The Truth and Consistency of Divine Revelation.

An Appeal to the Gospel, or, An Inquiry into the Justice of the Charge that the Gospel is Not Preached by the National Clergy

  • Author: Richard Mant
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: University Press
  • Publication Date: 1812
  • Pages: 540

The Bampton Lectures for 1812 contains lectures on the following:

  • Introductory Discourse: 1 Corinthians 9:16
  • Christian Works a Necessary Condition of Salvation: Matthew 19:16–17
  • Calvinistic Predestination Not the Doctrine of the Gospel: Luke 8:23–24
  • Calvinism Inconsistent with the Divine Attributes, and with the General Conditions of the Gospel Covenant: John 3:16
  • The Operations of the Holy Ghost Neither Irresistible, Nor Perceptible: John 7:37–39
  • Regeneration the Spiritual Grace of Baptism: John 3:5
  • A Special and Instantaneous Conversion Not Necessary for Christians: Matthew 18:2–3
  • Assurance of Eternal Salvation, and Unsinning Perfection, Not the Privileges of a True Christian: Matthew 5:3
  • Concluding Discourse: 1 Corinthians 9:16

Richard Mant (1776–1848) was educated at educated at Winchester College and at Trinity College, Oxford. His works include Psalms in an English Metrical Version, History of the Church of Ireland, and Ancient Hymns from the Roman Breviary.

A Key to the Writings of the Principal Fathers of the Christian Church Who Flourished During the First Three Centuries

  • Author: John Collinson
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: University Press
  • Publication Date: 1813
  • Pages: 353

The Bampton Lectures for 1813 contains lectures on the following:

  • Jeremiah 6:16
  • 1 John 5:4
  • 1 Peter 3:15
  • 1 Timothy 4:1–3
  • 1 Corinthians 12:12
  • 1 Peter 1:18–19
  • 1 Corinthians 1:12

John Collinson was Rector of Gateshead, Durham. His numerous works include Family Prayers for Eight Weeks, Poems, and The Duty and Advantage of Cultivating the Understanding.

An Inquiry into the General Principles of Scripture-Interpretation

  • Author: William van Mildert
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: University Press
  • Publication Date: 1815
  • Pages: 421

The Bampton Lectures for 1814 contains lectures on the following:

  • Introductory Observations on Religious Controversy: Titus 1:9
  • Dispositions and Qualifications Previously Requisite in the Interpreter of Scripture: John 7:17
  • Authority of Scripture as Rule of Faith and the Interpreter of Its Own Doctrines: 1 Peter 4:11
  • Continuation of the Same Subject, with Reference to Other Means Necessary for the Interpretation of Scripture, in Subordination to Scripture Itself: 1 Peter 4:11
  • Analysis of Scripture. Fundamental Truths: 2 Timothy 2:15
  • Analogy of Faith: 1 Corinthians 2:13
  • Figurative and Mystical Interpretation of Scripture: 2 Corinthians 3:6
  • Preservation of Scripture-Truth: 1 Timothy 3:15

William van Mildert (1765–1836) was one of the founders of the University of Durham. His works include An Historical View of the Rise and Progress of Infidelity and Sermons Preached before the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn.

The Personality and Office of the Christian Comforter Asserted and Explained

  • Author: Reginald Heber
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: University Press
  • Publication Date: 1816
  • Pages: 588

The Bampton Lectures for 1808 focus entirely on John 16:7.

Reginald Heber (1783–1826) was educated at the University of Oxford, where he earned his DD. He served as the Anglican Bishop of Calcutta and published numerous hymns and sermons, including Palestine, and Other Poems.

Christian Unity Doctrinally and Historically Considered

  • Author: John Hume Spry
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: University Press
  • Publication Date: 1817
  • Pages: 465

The Bampton Lectures for 1816 contains lectures on the following:

  • Introductory Observations on the Disunited State of the Christian World: John 17:21–22
  • The Christian Priesthood: Ephesians 4:11–12
  • Agreement if Faith or Doctrine Essential to Unity: Ephesians 4:13
  • Agreement in Modes of Worship: Acts 2:42
  • Causes of Disunion: 1 Corinthians 3:3
  • The Church of England Guiltless of the Schism by Which Her Peace Has Been Disturbed: Matthew 18:7
  • The Inefficacy and Mischievous Tendency of the Measures, Which Have Been Taken at Different Periods for the Restoration of Unity: Matthew 12:30
  • Christian Unity Shall Finally Prevail: John 10:16

John Hume Spry (1733–1804) was educated at Oriel College, Oxford, where he earned his DD in 1824. His works include The Church Responsible for the Religious Education of Her Members and An Inquiry into the Sense in Which Our Saviour Jesus Christ is Declared by St. Paul to Be the Son of God.

The Divine Authority of Holy Scripture Asserted, from Its Adaptation to the Real State of Human Nature

  • Author: John Miller
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: University Press
  • Publication Date: 1817
  • Pages: 247

The Bampton Lectures for 1817 contains lectures on the following:

  • Introductory View of the Condition of a Native Christian: 2 Timothy 3:14–15
  • Views of Christianity as the Dispensation of the Spirit: Galatians 3:24
  • Deductions from the Foregoing Lecture: 2 Corinthians 5:7
  • General Adaptation of Scripture to Human Nature: John 2:25
  • Illustration in Detail of the General Position from the Matter of Scripture: 1 John 1:1–3
  • Illustration in Detail of the General Position from the Manner of Scripture: John 2:25
  • Sufficiency of Scripture, Considered in the Foregoing Light, to the Wants and Wishes of an Individual Christian: 2 Timothy 3:16–17
  • Sufficiency of Scripture as a Guide Amidst Social Intercourse: Romans 7:5

John Miller (1733–1804) was a fellow of Worcester College and the author of numerous works, including Truth’s Resting Place amidst the Strife of Tongues, Scripture and the Church in Harmony, and Safe Path for Humble Churchmen: Six Sermons on the Church Catechism.

The Doctrines of Unitarians Examined, as Opposed to the Church of England

  • Author: C. A. Moysey
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: University Press
  • Publication Date: 1818
  • Pages: 153

The Bampton Lectures for 1818 contains lectures on the following:

  • On Mysteries: Hebrews 3:12
  • On the Holy Trinity: Matthew 18:19
  • On the Godhead of Christ: Colossians 2:9
  • On the Personality of the Holy Ghost: John 16:13
  • On the Judgment by Our Savior: Matthew 25:31
  • On the Inspiration of Scripture: 2 Timothy 3:16
  • On the Eternity of Punishment: Matthew 25:46
  • Conclusion: Colossians 2:8

C. A. Moysey (1779–1859) was educated at Christ Church, Oxford, and was Rector of Walcot, Bath. His numerous works include Lectures on St. Paul’s Epistle to the Romans, A Defence of the Christian Religion, and Lectures on the Gospel According to S. John.

A Compressed View of the Religious Principles and Practices of the Age

  • Author: Hector Davies Morgan
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: University Press
  • Publication Date: 1819
  • Pages: 419

The Bampton Lectures for 1819 contains lectures on the following:

  • Introduction: 1 John 4:1
  • The Doctrines of the Unitarians Compared with the Scriptures: 2 Peter 2:1
  • The Doctrines of the Modern Calvinists Compared with the Scriptures: Acts 20:27–30
  • The Doctrines of the Romanists Compared with the Scriptures: 1 Timothy 4:1–3
  • The Principles of the Nonconformists Compared with the Scriptures: 1 Corinthians 11:19
  • The Manners of the Age Compared with the Scriptures: 2 Timothy 3:4–5
  • The Doctrines of the Church of England Compared with the Scriptures: 1 Thessalonians 5:21
  • Conclusion: Ephesians 4:15

Hector Davies Morgan (1785–1850) was educated at Trinity College, Oxford, where he earned his MA in 1815. His numerous works include The Doctrine and Law of Marriage, Adultery, and Divorce, The Expedience and Method of Providing Assurances for the Poor, and The Doctrine of Regeneration as Identified with Baptism and Distinct from Renovation.

The Claims of the Established Church to Exclusive Attachment and Support, and the Dangers Which Menace Her from Schism and Indifference

  • Author: Godfrey Faussett
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: University Press
  • Publication Date: 1820
  • Pages: 379

The Bampton Lectures for 1820 contains lectures on the following:

  • 1 Corinthians 3:3
  • 1 Corinthians 12:25
  • John 20:21
  • Matthew 28:20
  • Romans 10:15
  • 1 Corinthians 14:40
  • John 18:36
  • Galatians 6:10

Godfrey Faussett (1781–1853) was fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford and was Margaret Professor or Divinity there. His works include Sacred Chronology, The Revival of Popery, and Jewish History Vindicated from the Unscriptural View of It.

The Moral Tendency of Divine Revelation

  • Author: John Jones
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: University Press
  • Publication Date: 1821
  • Pages: 431

The Bampton Lectures for 1821 contains lectures on the following:

  • Preliminary Remarks on Divine Revelation: Psalms 74:22
  • Right Ideas on the Nature of God Essential to the Purity of Religion: Leviticus 19:2
  • Man Created Holy, and, as Far as His Place in the Creation Required, Perfect: Genesis 1:27
  • Sin Alone Cause the Misery of Man: Isaiah 59:2
  • No Restoration to Divine Favor Without a Restoration to Holiness: Hebrews 12:14
  • Means Supplied by Revelation for Effecting the Moral Improvement of Man: Ephesians 4:8–12
  • Objections, Arising from the Misconception of Some Gospel Doctrines, Stated: Hebrews 11:1
  • Doctrine of Election: 2 Timothy 2:19

John Jones (1775–1834) was educated at Jesus College, Oxford, where he earned his MA in 1802. He became the archdeacon of Merioneth in 1809 and senior vicar of Bangor in 1810.

The Use and Abuse of Party-Feeling in Matters of Religion

  • Author: Richard Whately
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: University Press
  • Publication Date: 1822
  • Pages: 274

The Bampton Lectures for 1822 contains lectures on the following:

  • Nature and Uses of Party-Feeling: 1 Corinthians 12:12–13
  • Party-Spirit: James 3:14–17
  • A Carnal Mind the Cause of Divisions: 1 Corinthians 3:3
  • Allowable Difference among Christians: Romans 14:13
  • Christian Conduct Towards Opponents: 2 Timothy 2:24–25
  • Foolish and Unlearned Questions to Avoid: 2 Timothy 2:23
  • Conduct with Respect to Dissenters: Colossians 4:5
  • Divisions within the Church: 1 Corinthians 1:12

Richard Whately (1787–1863) was educated at Oriel College, Oxford, where he was appointed as professor of political economy. In 1831 he was appointed as the archbishop of Dublin. His numerous works include Essays on Some of the Peculiarities of the Christian Religion, On Some of the Difficulties in the Writings of St. Paul, Essays on Some of the Dangers to Christian Faith, and The Kingdom of Christ.

The Mental Condition Necessary to a Due Inquiry into Religious Evidence

  • Author: Charles Goddard
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: University Press
  • Publication Date: 1824
  • Pages: 264

The Bampton Lectures for 1823 contains lectures on the following:

  • 1 Corinthians 14:20
  • 1 Peter 3:15
  • 1 John 4:1
  • 1 John 4:1
  • Romans 1:18–21
  • Romans 1:18–21
  • Mark 3:22–26
  • John 20:29

Charles Goddard, DD (1768–1846) served as archdeacon of Lincoln and rector of St. James’, Garlickhythe.

An Attempt to Trace the History and to Ascertain the Limits of the Secondary and Spiritual Interpretation of Scripture

  • Author: J. J. Conybeare
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: University Press
  • Publication Date: 1824
  • Pages: 331

The Bampton Lectures for 1824 contains lectures on the following:

  • Proverbs 22:20
  • 1 Corinthians 2:5
  • 1 Corinthians 2:5
  • 1 Corinthians 2:5
  • Psalm 78:2
  • Zechariah 14:6–7
  • Proverbs 19:27
  • Proverbs 4:27

J. J. Conybeare (1779–1824) was educated at Christ Church, Oxford, and was named professor of Anglo-Saxon from 1808 to 1812, and professor of poetry from 1812 to 1821. He published a translation of Beowulf in English and Latin verse and a popular collection of Anglo-Saxon poetry.

The Scheme of Divine Revelation Considered, Principally in Its Connection with the Progress and Improvement of Human Society

  • Author: George Chandler
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: University Press
  • Publication Date: 1825
  • Pages: 300

The Bampton Lectures for 1825 contains lectures on the following:

  • Introduction: Psalms 33:11
  • The Primeval Dispensation
  • The Jewish Dispensation: Deuteronomy 32:8–9
  • The Effects of Divine Revelation on the Gentile World: Psalm 96:10
  • The Personal Ministry of Jesus Christ: Hebrews 1:1–2
  • The Progress of the Visible Church of Christ: Isaiah 49:11
  • The Influence of Christianity upon Society: Colossians 3:9–10
  • The Causes That Have Obstructed the Influence of the Gospel and Our Expectations for the Future: 2 Peter 3:13

George Chandler (1779–1859) was educated at New College, Oxford, where he earned his DLC in 1824. He was rector of St. Bartholomew’s, Furtho, Northamptonshire, and Wigginton Church, St. Giles, from 1775–1789. Between 1830 and 1859 Chandler was dean of Chichester and until 1847 was also rector of All Souls Church, Langham Place, Marylebone.

The Benefits Annexed to a Participation in the Two Christians Sacraments, of Baptism and the Lord’s Supper, Considered

  • Author: William Vaux
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: University Press
  • Publication Date: 1826
  • Pages: 343

The Bampton Lectures for 1826 contains lectures on the following:

  • Introductory Observations: 2 Peter 1:4
  • Entrance upon the More Particular Inquiry: Matthew 28:19
  • On the Passages in the Acts of the Apostles: Acts 2:38–39
  • On the Most Important Texts of the Apostolical Epistles: 1 Corinthians 6:11
  • On the Anticipative Allusions to Baptism in the Gospels: Matthew 3:11
  • Of the Nature of the Rite of the Lord’s Supper: Matthew 26:26
  • Of the Incidental Notices of the Lord’s Supper in the Apostolical Epistles: 1 Corinthians 10:16
  • Recapitulation: 2 Peter 1:4

William Vaux was educated at Balliol College, Oxford, where he earned his MA.

The Character and Conduct of the Apostles Considered as an Evidence of Christianity

  • Author: Henry Hart Milman
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: University Press
  • Publication Date: 1827
  • Pages: 363

The Bampton Lectures for 1827 contains lectures on the following:

  • Acts 1:13–14
  • 1 Corinthians 1:27–28
  • Acts 5:38–39
  • Acts 12:24
  • 1 Corinthians 12:10–11
  • 1 Corinthians 1:23
  • Matthew 10:16
  • 1 Corinthians 15:19

Henry Hart Milman (1791–1868) was educated at Eton and at Brasenose College, Oxford, where he earned his DD. His numerous works include History of the Jews, History of Christianity to the Abolition of Paganism in the Roman Empire, and History of Latin Christianity.

The Religious Necessity of the Reformation Asserted and the Extent to Which It was Carried in the Church of England Vindicated

  • Author: Thomas Horne
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: University Press
  • Publication Date: 1828
  • Pages: 310

The Bampton Lectures for 1828 contains lectures on the following:

  • 1 Corinthians 11:9
  • Matthew 11:19
  • Matthew 10:37–38
  • Matthew 15:9
  • John 4:24
  • 1 Timothy 2:5
  • Deuteronomy 4:15
  • Jeremiah 6:16

Thomas Horne was rector of St. Katherine Coleman, also known as “All Hallows Coleman-church.”

An Inquiry into the Heresies of the Apostolic Age

  • Author: Edward Burton
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Samuel Collingwood
  • Publication Date: 1829
  • Pages: 600

The Bampton Lectures for 1729 contains lectures on the following:

  • Subject Proposed: Acts 20:30
  • Means of Ascertaining the Doctrines of the Early Heretics: Colossians 2:8
  • Examination of the Third and Principle Source, the Platonic Philosophy: 1 Timothy 6:20–21
  • Simon Magnus the Parent of Gnostic Heresies: 2 Timothy 3:13
  • Tertullian Mistaken Concerning Elements: Titus 1:16
  • Opinions of the Gnostics Concerning Jesus Christ: 1 John 5:6
  • Gospel of St. John: John 20:31
  • Recapitulation: Hebrews 10:23

Edward Burton (1794–1836) was educated at Christ Church, Oxford, where he earned his MA in 1818. In 1829, he was appointed as Regius Professor of Divinity and earned his DD. His works include Testimonies of the Ante-Nicene Fathers to the Divinity of Christ, The Greek Testament, with English Notes, and Lectures on Ecclesiastical History.

An Inquiry into the Doctrines of the Anglo-Saxon Church

  • Author: Henry Soames
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Samuel Collingwood
  • Publication Date: 1830
  • Pages: 478

The Bampton Lectures for 1830 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Nature and the Use of Theological Tradition: 2 Thessalonians 4:8
  • Scripture, and Miscellaneous Doctrines of the Anglo-Saxon Church: Romans 10:14–15
  • The Supremacy: 2 Thessalonians 2:15
  • The Invocation of Angelic and Departed Spirits: 2 Thessalonians 2:15
  • Attrition: 2 Thessalonians 2:15
  • Purgatory: 2 Thessalonians 2:15
  • Transubstantiation: 2 Thessalonians 2:15
  • The Church of England before the Conquest, and Since the Reformation: Jeremiah 6:16

Henry Soames (1785–1860) was educated at Wadham College, Oxford, where he earned his MA in 1810. His works include The History of the Reformation of the Church of England, The Anglo-Saxon Church: Its History, Revenues, and General Character, and The Latin Church during Anglo-Saxon Times.

The Popular Evidence of Christianity: Stated and Examined

  • Author: Thomas William Lancaster
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: J. Parker
  • Publication Date: 1831
  • Pages: 369

The Bampton Lectures for 1831 contains lectures on the following:

  • Subject Stated
  • On the Grounds of Faith Which Scripture Itself Affords
  • The Canon of the New Testament Historically Examined
  • The Canon of the Old Testament—The External Evidence
  • Internal Evidence
  • The Foregoing View Vindicated from the Charge of Encouraging Fanaticism
  • The Uses and Advantages of Learning in the Study and Teaching of Christianity
  • On the Things Required in Order to Qualify Men for the Benefit of God’s Promise Respecting the Manifestation of His Truth

Thomas William Lancaster (1787–1869) was educated at Queens College, Oxford, where he earned his MA. His works include Vindiciae Symbolicae and The Nicomachean ethics of Aristotle.

The Scholastic Philosophy Considered in Its Relation to Christian Theology

  • Author: Renn Dickson Hampden
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Samuel Collingwood
  • Publication Date: 1833
  • Pages: 548

The Bampton Lectures for 1832 contains lectures on the following:

  • Origin of Scholastic Philosophy
  • Formation of the Scholastic Theology
  • The Trinitarian Controversies
  • The Pelagian Controversies—Predestination and Grace
  • The Pelagian Controversies—Justification
  • Moral Philosophy of the Schools
  • The Sacraments
  • Nature and Use of Dogmatic Theology

Renn Dickson Hampden (1793–1868) was educated at Oriel College, Oxford. In 1834 he was appointed Regius Professor of Divinity. His works include Observations on Religious Dissent, Lecture on Tradition, and The Fathers of Greek Philosophy.

The Analogy of Revelation and Science Established in a Series of Lectures

  • Author: Frederick Nolan
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Samuel Collingwood
  • Publication Date: 1833
  • Pages: 521

The Bampton Lectures for 1833 contains lectures on the following:

  • 1 Timothy 6:20–21
  • Genesis 2:4
  • 2 Peter 3:3–5
  • Genesis 1:26
  • 1 Corinthians 15:48–50
  • 2 Peter 3:5–7
  • Genesis 8:15–17
  • Genesis 10:32

Frederick Nolan (1784–1864) entered Trinity College, Dublin, but did not graduate. He was the first clergyman invited to deliver these lectures. His works include The Operations of the Holy Ghost, The Chronological Prophecies as Constituting a Connected System (Warburton Lectures), and The Evangelical Character of Christianity.

The Divine Glory Manifested in the Conduct and Discourses of Our Lord

  • Author: Charles A. Ogilvie
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Samuel Collingwood
  • Publication Date: 1836
  • Pages: 282

The Bampton Lectures for 1836 contains lectures on the following:

  • Introduction to the Whole Inquiry: John 5:39
  • On the Miracles of Our Lord: Luke 4:40
  • On the Miracles of Our Lord: John 14:10
  • On the Parables of the Gospels: Mark 4:33–34
  • On the Parables, as Expounded by Our Lord: Mark 3:34
  • On Our Lord’s Intercourse with Publicans and Sinners: Luke 15:1–2
  • On Our Lord’s Guidance of Such as Sincerely Sought Instruction from Him: Matthew 19:16
  • On Our Lord’s Demeanor towards His Chosen Companions: John 15:15
  • A Vindication of St. Paul from the Charge of Wishing Himself Accursed

Charles A. Ogilvie (1793–1873) was educated at Balliol College, Oxford, where he earned his DD in 1842 and was appointed the first Regius Professor of Pastoral Theology there. His works include The Apostolic Origin of the Three Orders of the Christian Ministry, Considerations on Subscription to the Thirty-Nine Articles, and On Subscription to the Thirty-Nine Articles as by Law Required of Candidates for Holy Orders and of the Clergy.

The Principal Objections against the Doctrine of the Trinity, and a Portion of the Evidence on Which That Doctrine is Received by the Catholic Church, Reviewed

  • Author: Thomas S. L. Vogan
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: J. H. Parker; J. G. and F. Rivington
  • Publication Date: 1837
  • Pages: 416

The Bampton Lectures for 1837 contains lectures on the following:

  • Job 11:7–8
  • 1 Corinthians 2:14
  • Ephesians 4:4–6
  • Genesis 3:22
  • Matthew 28:18–20
  • Hebrews 1:8
  • Acts 5:3–4
  • Mark 16:15

Thomas S. L. Vogan (1800–1874) was vicar of Potter Heigham and Curate of Weston Longville, Norfolk. Vogan also published a volume of his sermons.

The Authoritative Teaching of the Church Shewn to Be in Conformity with Scripture, Analogy, and the Moral Constitution of Man

  • Author: Henry Arthur Woodgate
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: T. Combe
  • Publication Date: 1839
  • Pages: 384

The Bampton Lectures for 1838 contains lectures on the following:

  • Introduction: 2 Timothy 1:13
  • Argument from Analogy, in Favor of Imperfect Proofs: Luke 1:4
  • The Scripture Statement and Proof of the Principle: 2 Corinthians 5:19–20
  • Application of the Foregoing to Doctrines and Ordinances: 2 Timothy 2:2
  • Argument in Favor of a Bias or Prejudice Drawn from Analogy and Its Adaptation to Our Moral Nature: Luke 18:17
  • Application of the Foregoing Argument to Infant Baptism, National Education, and Subscription to the Articles of Religion: Mark 10:15
  • Tradition and the Witness of the Church Illustrated by Analogy, and Its Adaptation to Our Moral Nature: Romans 10:10
  • Argument in Favor of the Church’s Principle Drawn from the Language of St. Paul: Matthew 6:10

Henry Arthur Woodgate (1733–1804) was fellow of St. John’s College and rector of Bellbroughton, Worcestershire. His works include A Common Sense View of the Athanasian Creed Question, Considerations on the Position and Duty of the University of Oxford, and Essays and Reviews Considered: In Relation to the Current Principles & Fallacies of the Day.

An Analytical Examination into the Character, Value, and Just Application of the Writings of the Christian Fathers during the Ante-Nicene Period

  • Author: W. D. Conybeare
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: John Henry Parker
  • Publication Date: 1839
  • Pages: 509

The Bampton Lectures for 1839 contains lectures on the following:

  • 1 Corinthians 2:5
  • Revelation 2:13
  • 1 Corinthians 2:6–7
  • 1 Thessalonians 5:21
  • 1 Corinthians 11:19
  • Revelation 4:13–14
  • 1 Timothy 4:12
  • Ephesians 4:11–12

William Daniel Conybeare (1787–1857) was an English geologist and clergyman. He was the rector of Sully and the vicar of Axminster before being appointed as dean of Llandaff in 1845. His other works include Inaugural Address on the Application of Classical and Scientific Education to Theology and An Elementary Course of Theological Lectures.

An Inquiry into the Connected Uses of the Principal Means of Attaining Christian Truth

  • Author: Edward Hawkins
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: John Henry Parker
  • Publication Date: 1840
  • Pages: 365

The Bampton Lectures for 1840 contains lectures on the following:

  • John 17:17
  • 2 Thessalonians 2:15
  • 2 Timothy 3:14–15
  • Matthew 22:41–45
  • Titus 1:5
  • 2 Corinthians 1:24
  • 1 Corinthians 14:20
  • 1 Corinthians 2:14

Edward Hawkins (1789–1882) was educated at St John’s College, Oxford, where he earned his DD in 1828. His numerous works include The Province of Private Judgment and the Right Conduct of Religious Inquiry, The Apostolical Succession, and The Duty of Moral Courage.

Christ, as Prophet, Priest, and King: Being a Vindication of the Church of England from Theological Novelties, vol. 1

  • Author: James Garbett
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: T. Combe
  • Publication Date: 1842
  • Pages: 469

The Bampton Lectures for 1842 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Church and the Commission: Matthew 28:19–20
  • Christ as High Priest: Titus 1:5
  • Christ as High Priest and Sacrifice: Matthew 26:26
  • Justification by Faith: Romans 5:1

James Garbett (1802–1879) was a fellow of Brasenose College, Oxford, and an opponent of the Oxford Movement. He served as archdeacon of Chichester from 1851 to 1879. His works include De Rei Poeticae Idea, De Re Critica Praelectiones Oxonii Habitae , and Diocesan Synods and Convocation.

Christ, as Prophet, Priest, and King: Being a Vindication of the Church of England from Theological Novelties, vol. 2

  • Author: James Garbett
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: W. Baxter
  • Publication Date: 1842
  • Pages: 503

The Bampton Lectures for 1842 contains lectures on the following:

  • Christ as Teacher and Illuminator: Mark 7:13
  • Scripture the Instrument of National Education: Mark 7:13
  • The Kingdom of Christ: John 18:36
  • Kingdom of Christ—and Summary of the Whole against Papal Rome: Matthew 28:18
  • Summary of the Whole against the Tractarian Theology: Galatians 4:9–10

James Garbett (1802–1879) was a fellow of Brasenose College, Oxford, and an opponent of the Oxford Movement. He served as archdeacon of Chichester from 1851 to 1879. His works include De Rei Poeticae Idea, De Re Critica Praelectiones Oxonii Habitae , and Diocesan Synods and Convocation.

The Past and Prospective Extension of the Gospel by Missions to the Heathen

  • Author: Anthony Grant
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: J. G. F. & J. Rivington
  • Publication Date: 1844
  • Pages: 420

The Bampton Lectures for 1843 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Universality and Predicted Extension of the Gospel
  • The General Conditions and Actual Hindrances in Extending the Gospel
  • The Ordained Means for the Extension of the Gospel
  • The Extension of the Gospel before the Reformation
  • Missions Since the Reformation
  • Missions Since the Reformation
  • The Present Condition and Wants of the Church of England Missions
  • The Prospects and Encouragements of Our Missionary Enterprises

Anthony Grant (1806–1883) was educated at New College, Oxford, where he earned his DCL in 1842. He served as archdeacon of St. Albans and canon of Rochester Cathedral. His other works include An Historical Sketch of the Crimea, The Church in China and Japan, and Within the Veil, and Other Sermons.

An Inquiry into the Means of Grace, Their Mutual Connection, and Combined Use, with Especial Reference to the Church of England

  • Author: Richard William Jelf
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: John Henry Parker
  • Publication Date: 1844
  • Pages: 397

The Bampton Lectures for 1844 contains lectures on the following:

  • 2 Peter 1:2–4
  • Ephesians 4:13–16
  • John 20:21–23
  • Luke 11:13
  • 2 Timothy 3:14–17
  • 1 Corinthians 10:16–17
  • 1 Corinthians 14:26
  • John 15:2

Richard William Jelf (1798–1871) was educated at Christ Church, Oxford, and was subsequently made a fellow of Oriel College. He served as canon of Christ Church and Principal of King’s College, London from 1844 to 1868.

Justification

  • Author: Charles A. Heurtley
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: John Henry Parker
  • Publication Date: 1849
  • Pages: 351

The Bampton Lectures for 1845 contains lectures on the following:

  • Man Fallen in Adam: Romans 5:19
  • Man Restored in Christ: Romans 5:15
  • Imputed Righteousness: 2 Corinthians 5:21
  • Inherent Righteousness: 2 Corinthians 5:17
  • Faith: Hebrews 11:1
  • The Connection between Baptism and Justification: Acts 22:16
  • Justification in Continuance: Revelation 3:11

Charles A. Heurtley (1806–1895) was rector of Fenny Compton, Warwickshire, Honorary Canon of Worcester Cathedral, and late fellow of Corpus Christi College. His works include Harmonia Symbolica: A Collection of Creeds Belonging to the Ancient Western Church and to the Medieval English Church and De fide et Symbolo.

The Witness of the Spirit with Our Spirit, Illustrated from the Eighth Chapter of St. Paul’s Epistle to the Romans

  • Author: Augustus Short
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: John Henry Parker
  • Publication Date: 1846
  • Pages: 237

The Bampton Lectures for 1846 contains lectures on the following:

  • Romans 8:9
  • Romans 8:5
  • Romans 8:15–16
  • Romans 8:4
  • Romans 8:13
  • Romans 8:23
  • Romans 5:38–39
  • 1 Corinthians 7:31

Augustus Short (1802–1883) was educated at Christ Church College, Oxford, where he earned his DD in 1847. He was the first Anglican bishop of Adelaide, South Australia. His works include Sermons Intended Principally to Illustrate the Remedial Character of the Christian Scheme and Lights and Shadows of Church Life in Australia.

The Supremacy of Holy Scripture

  • Author: Walter Augustus Shirley
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: J. Vincent
  • Publication Date: 1847
  • Pages: 198

The Bampton Lectures for 1847 contains lectures on the following:

  • Isaiah 8:20
  • Habakkuk 2:20
  • Jude 3
  • On the Testimony of the Fathers Generally
  • John 14:17
  • John 14:17

Walter Augustus Shirley (1797–1847) was educated at New College, Oxford, where he became a fellow in 1818. In 1840, he was appointed as archdeacon of Derby and in 1846 he was appointed bishop of Sodor.

The Christian Doctrine of Sanctification

  • Author: Edward Garrard Marsh
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Seeleys
  • Publication Date: 1848
  • Pages: 283

The Bampton Lectures for 1848 contains lectures on the following:

  • Man, When Created, Distantly Resembled God
  • The Fall of Man Removed the Sources of His Happiness
  • To Recover from This State, He Must Again Learn to Obey the Law
  • The Reluctance of Sinful Beings to a Life of Holiness
  • The Different Theories of Heathen Philosophers
  • The Israelites, Though Favored with a Divine Revelation, Yet Fell into Idolatry
  • Christians Likewise Substitute Form for Substance
  • The True Doctrine

Edward Garrard Marsh (1783–1862) was educated at Wadham College, Oxford, and on graduating became a fellow of Oriel College, Oxford. His works include Account of the Slavery of Friends in the Barbary States and The Book of Psalms Translated into English Verse.

The Nature and Comparative Value of the Christian Evidences

  • Author: R. Michell
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: T. Combe
  • Publication Date: 1849
  • Pages: 358

The Bampton Lectures for 1849 contains lectures on the following:

  • Psalm 82:6
  • Psalm 48:12
  • Romans 2:14
  • Haggai 2:7
  • Acts 2:22
  • John 3:8
  • Song of Solomon 1:17
  • Psalm 103:1

R. Michell (1705–1877) was educated at the University of Oxford. Michel served as principal of Magdalen Hall and canon of Salsbury.

The Doctrine of the Resurrection of the Body, as Taught in Holy Scripture

  • Author: Edward Meyrick Goulburn
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: J. Vincent
  • Publication Date: 1850
  • Pages: 377

The Bampton Lectures for 1850 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Nature of the Resurrection Process
  • The Moral Nature of Man, the Subject of a Resurrection Process
  • The Nature and Dignity of the Body
  • The General Resurrection Affirmed by Scripture, and Grounded in Reason
  • The Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ
  • The Resurrection of the Righteous, and of the Ungodly
  • An Objection, Founded on Scripture, Considered and Removed
  • The Earnest Expectation of the Creature

Edward Meyrick Goulburn (1818–1897) was educated at Balliol College, Oxford. In 1866 he was made dean of Norwich. His works include Thoughts on Personal Religion and The Pursuit of Holiness.

The Communion of Saints: An Attempt to Illustrate the True Principles of Christian Union

  • Author: Henry Bristow Wilson
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: William Graham; Hatchard and Son
  • Publication Date: 1851
  • Pages: 319

The Bampton Lectures for 1851 contains lectures on the following:

  • Ephesians 2:19
  • John 7:16–17
  • Romans 5:1
  • Ephesians 2:8
  • Galatians 1:3–4
  • Matthew 20:22–23
  • John 17:16
  • Hebrews 6:1

Henry Bristow Wilson (1703–1888) was educated at St John’s College, Oxford, where he earned his MA in 1829 and his DD in 1834. He was Rawlinsonian Professor of Anglo-Saxon at Oxford from 1839 to 1844, then vicar of Great Staughton in Huntingdonshire. His works include Schemes of Christian Comprehension and The National Church.

The Natural History of Infidelity and Superstition in Contrast with Christian Faith

  • Author: Joseph Esmond Riddle
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: J. Wright
  • Publication Date: 1852
  • Pages: 340

The Bampton Lectures for 1852 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Soul of a Man: Psalm 139:14
  • Renewal of the Soul by Faith in the Redeemer: Hosea 13:9
  • Infidelity in Its Various Forms: Isaiah 53:1
  • The Causes, Occasions, and Effects of Infidelity: John 8:43
  • The Nature and Sources of Superstition: Romans 1:22
  • The Effects of Superstition: Jonah 2:8
  • Infidelity and Superstition Compared: Jeremiah 2:3
  • Infidelity and Superstition, How to Be Prevented and Withstood: Judges 6:15

Joseph Esmond Riddle (1704–1859) was educated at St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, where he earned his MA in 1831. His works include A Course of Scripture Reading for Every Day in the Year, A Scriptural Commentary on the First Epistle of Peter, and Manual of Christian Antiquities.

The Atoning Work of Christ

  • Author: William Thomson
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: J. Wright
  • Publication Date: 1853
  • Pages: 311

The Bampton Lectures for 1853 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Need of Mediation: Romans 5:8
  • Heathen Views of Mediation: 1 Kings 18:27
  • Jewish Views of Redemption through Messiah: Luke 24:21
  • The Gospel Account of Jesus Christ: Luke 17:4
  • Scriptural Statements as to the Atonement: 1 Corinthians 1:30–31
  • Theories of the Atonement in the Early Church: John 16:13
  • Recapitulation and Statement of the Doctrine: Hebrews 10:22
  • Appropriation of the Doctrine of the Atonement: Matthew 28:20

William Thomson (1733–1804) was educated at Winchester College, University of Oxford, and Jesus College, Oxford, where he earned his DD. He was rector of St. Bartholomew’s, Furtho, Northamptonshire, and Wigginton Church, St. Giles from 1775–1789.

New Testament Millennarianism, or, The Kingdom and Coming of Christ as Taught by Himself and His Apostles

  • Author: Samuel Waldengrave
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Hamilton, Adams, and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1855
  • Pages: 686

The Bampton Lectures for 1854 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Right Order of Scriptural Enquiry Concerning the Millennium
  • The Kingdom of Heaven, as Now Existing, the Proper Kingdom of Christ
  • The Kingdom of Christ, as Now Existing, the True Kingdom of His Father David
  • The Ingathering and Glorification of the Church
  • The Judgment of Quick and Dead at the Coming of the Lord
  • The Recompense of Reward to Be Conferred upon the Saints at the Second Coming of Their Lord
  • The Thousand Years and the Little Season
  • The True Burden of Old Testament Prophecy

Samuel Waldengrave (1817–1869) was educated Balliol College, Oxford. He served as Canon of Salisbury Cathedral and the Bishop of Carlisle. His works include Christ the True Altar and Other Sermons and The Way of Peace, or, The Teaching of Scripture Concerning Justification, Sanctification, and Assurance.

The Absence of Precision in the Formularies of the Church of England, Scriptural, and Suitable to a State of Probation

  • Author: John Ernest Bode
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: J. Wright
  • Publication Date: 1855
  • Pages: 291

The Bampton Lectures for 1855 contains lectures on the following:

  • 1 Corinthians 8:12
  • 1 Corinthians 15:51
  • John 1:18
  • 1 Thessalonians 5:23
  • Galatians 4:19
  • 2 Thessalonians 3:5
  • 1 John 3:20–21
  • Psalms 107:43

John Ernest Bode (1816–1874) was educated at Christ Church, Oxford, where he earned his MA. His works include Ballads from Herodotus, Hymns from the Gospel of the Day for Each Sunday and Festivals of Our Lord, and Short Occasional Poems.

The Mosaic Dispensation Considered as Introductory to Christianity

  • Author: Edward Arthur Litton
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: T. Hatchard
  • Publication Date: 1856
  • Pages: 367

The Bampton Lectures for 1856 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Structure of the Theocracy: Galatians 3:19
  • The Levitical Priesthood and Sacrifices: Hebrews 10:11
  • The Priesthood and Sacrifice of Christ: Hebrews 10:12
  • The Prophetic Revelation: Acts 10:43
  • Judaism in Its Interior Aspect: Romans 2:28–29
  • The Synagogue in Its Relation to the Visible Church: Acts 15:21
  • Prevalent Errors on the Relation of the Law to the Gospel: Galatians 3:3

Edward Arthur Litton (1733–1804) was educated at Oriel College, Oxford. His works include Miracles, A Guide to the Study of Holy Scripture, and Introduction to Dogmatic Theology.

Christian Faith: Comprehensive, Not Partial; Definite, Not Uncertain

  • Author: William Edward Jelf
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: J. Wright
  • Publication Date: 1857
  • Pages: 266

The Bampton Lectures for 1857 contains lectures on the following:

  • Matthew 10:34
  • Our Savior: Hebrews 8:8
  • Man’s State by Nature and by Grace: Romans 7:24–25
  • Mode of Salvation: Acts 16:30
  • Justification and Sanctification: Galatians 3:22
  • Grounds of Assurance: Romans 8:16
  • The Spiritual Life: Ephesians 4:23–24
  • The Church: Ephesians 4:16

William Edward Jelf (1811–1875) was censor of Christ Church and sometime Whitehall Preacher. His works include A Commentary on the First Epistle of St. John, An Examination into the Doctrine and Practice of Confession, and A Grammar of the Greek Language.

The Limits of Religious Thought Examined

  • Author: Henry Longueville Mansel
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Gould and Lincoln
  • Publication Date: 1859
  • Pages: 364

The Bampton Lectures for 1858 contains lectures on the following:

  • Dogmatism and Rationalism as Methods of Religious Philosophy
  • Statement of the Two Opposite Methods by Which a Philosophy of Religion May be Attempted
  • Recapitulation of the Results of the Last Lecture
  • Analysis of the Religious Consciousness, Reflective, and Intuitive
  • Distinction between Speculative and Regulative Truth Further Pursued
  • Result of the Previous Inquiries
  • Philosophical Parallel Continued with Regard to the Supposed Moral Objections to Christian Doctrines
  • Right Use of Reason in Religious Questions

Henry Longueville Mansel (1820–1871) was educated at St John’s College, Oxford, and was appointed reader in moral and metaphysical philosophy at Magdalen College in 1855, and Waynflete Professor of Metaphysical Philosophy in 1859. His works include The Philosophy of the Conditioned, Letters, Lectures, and Reviews, and The Gnostic Heresies of the First and Second Centuries.

The Historical Evidences of the Truth of the Scripture Records

  • Author: George Rawlinson
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Gould and Lincoln
  • Publication Date: 1862
  • Pages: 454

The Bampton Lectures for 1859 contains lectures on the following:

  • Historical Character of Christianity as Contrasted with Other Religions
  • Two Modes of Conducting an Historical Inquiry
  • The Period of Jewish History from Exodus to Solomon
  • From the Death of Solomon to the Destruction of Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezzar
  • Fourth Period of the Jewish History, the Captivity and Return
  • The Internal Evidence
  • The Evidence of Adversaries
  • The Evidence of the Early Converts

George Rawlinson (1812–1902) was educated at Trinity College, Oxford, and was elected to a fellowship at Exeter College, Oxford. He served as Camden Professor of Ancient History from 1861 to 1889. Rawlinson went on to accept the offices of canon of Canterbury and rector of All Hallows, Lombard Street. His works include Ezra and Nehemiah: Their Lives and Times, Manual of Ancient History, and 2 volumes in the The Speaker’s Commentary.

Sunday: Its Origin, History, and Present Obligation

  • Author: James Augustus Hessey
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: John Murray
  • Publication Date: 1860
  • Pages: 504

The Bampton Lectures for 1860 contains lectures on the following:

  • General Statement of the Sabbath and Lord’s Day Question: Mark 16:1–6
  • The History of the Lord’s Day to the End of the Third Century: Mark 16:1–6
  • The History of the Lord’s Day to the End of the Fifth Century: Galatians 2:18
  • The History of the Sabbath to Our Lord’s Resurrection: Colossians 2:16–17
  • What the Sabbath is Since Our Lord’s Resurrection: Hebrews 4:8–9
  • The Lord’s Day on the Continent Since the Reformation: Jeremiah 5:10
  • The Lord’s Day in England Since the Reformation: Jeremiah 6:16
  • The Lord’s Day Viewed Practically: Psalms 68:24

James Augustus Hessey (1785–1870) was Head Master of Merchant Taylor’s School and fellow of St. John’s College.

The Mission and Extension of the Church at Home

  • Author: John Sandford
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts
  • Publication Date: 1862
  • Pages: 389

The Bampton Lectures for 1861 contains lectures on the following:

  • Nature and Office of the Church: Acts 2:47
  • Distinctive Features of the English Church: 1 Timothy 3:15
  • Hindrances of the Church: Jeremiah 13:20–21
  • Wants of the Church: Luke 10:2
  • Clerical Agency: 2 Timothy 2:15
  • National Education as Subsidiary to the Church: Proverbs 2:10–11
  • Fabrics and Services of the Church: 1 Chronicles 29:1
  • The Church, as It Was, as It is, as It Might Be: Acts 9:6

John Sanford (1766–1830) was educated at Oxford University where he earned his DD in 1802. He joined the Episcopal Church of Scotland in 1803, and was ordained bishop of Edinburgh in 1806. His works include Parochialia, or, Church, School, and Parish, Eight Lectures on Fellowship with God, and The Christian’s Charter.

A Critical History of Free Thought in Reference to the Christian Religion

  • Author: Adam Storey Farrar
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: John Murray
  • Publication Date: 1862
  • Pages: 684

The Bampton Lectures for 1862 contains lectures on the following:

  • On the Subject, Method, and Purpose of the Course of Lectures
  • The Literary Opposition of Heathens against Christianity in the Early Ages
  • Free Thought during the Middle Ages, and at the Renaissance; Together with Its Rise in Modern Times
  • Deism in England Previous to AD 1760
  • Infidelity in France in the Eighteenth Century; and Unbelief in England Subsequent to 1760
  • Free Thought in the Theology of Germany from 1750–1835
  • Free Thought in Germany Subsequently to 1835; and in France During the Present Century
  • Free Thought in England in the Present Century

Adam Storey Farrar (1826–1905) was Michel Fellow of Queen’s College, Oxford. He also published a collection of sermons, Science in Theology.

The Relation between the Divine and Human Elements in Holy Scripture

  • Author: J. Hannah
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: John Murray
  • Publication Date: 1863
  • Pages: 364

The Bampton Lectures for 1863 contains lectures on the following:

  • Inspiration and Revelation: Romans 8:16
  • The Divine Element—Reality of the Revelation, as Established by a Contrast with Heathen Religions: Acts 17:30–31
  • The Divine Element—Reality of the Inspiration, as Illustrated by the Antinomies of Scripture: 1 Corinthians 13:12
  • The Divine Element—Reality of the Inspiration, as Illustrated by the Duplex Sensus: Romans 15:4
  • The Human Element—History and Science: 2 Corinthians 4:7
  • The Human Element—Moral Difficulties: Matthew 13:33
  • The Human Element—Superiority of Scripture to Its Writers: Acts 15:15
  • General Conclusion: 2 Timothy 2:15

J. Hannah (1733–1804) was warden of Trinity College and Pantonian Professor of Theology. His works include Hollowness, Narrowness, and Fear: Warnings from the Jewish Church and A Letter to a Junior Methodist Preacher.

The Progress of Doctrine in the New Testament

  • Author: Thomas Dehany Bernard
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Macmillan and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1864
  • Pages: 266

The Bampton Lectures for 1864 contains lectures on the following:

  • The New Testament: John 17:8
  • The Gospels: Mark 1:1
  • The Gospels: Hebrews 2:3
  • The Acts of the Apostles: Acts 1:1–4
  • The Acts of the Apostles: Acts 5:42
  • The Epistles: Romans 1:17
  • The Epistles: 1 Corinthians 1:30
  • The Apocalypse: Revelation 21:2

Thomas Dehany Bernard was rector of Walcot. His other works include The Central Teaching of Jesus Christ, The Witness of God: 5 Sermons, and The Word and Sacraments.

Eight Lectures on Miracles

  • Author: J. B. Mozley
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Rivingtons
  • Publication Date: 1865
  • Pages: 390

The Bampton Lectures for 1865 contains lectures on the following:

  • Miracles Necessary for a Revelation: John 15:24
  • Order of Nature: Genesis 8:22
  • Influence of the Imagination on Belief: Psalm 139:14
  • Belief in a God: Hebrews 11:3
  • Testimony: Acts 1:8
  • Unknown Law: John 5:17
  • Miracles Regarded in Their Practical Result: Romans 6:17
  • False Miracles: Matthew 7:22

James Bowling Mozley (1813–1878) was educated at Oriel College, Oxford. In 1856 he became vicar of Shoreham, in 1869 canon of Worcester, and in 1871 Regius Professor of Divinity at Oxford. His works include A Treatise on the Augustinian Doctrine of Predestination, Ruling Ideas in Early Ages and Their Relation to the Old Testament Faith, and Essays: Historical and Theological.

The Divinity of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ

  • Author: Henry Parry Liddon
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Rivingtons
  • Publication Date: 1867
  • Pages: 776

The Bampton Lectures for 1866 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Question Before Us: Matthew 16:13
  • Anticipations of Christ’s Divinity in the Old Testament: Galatians 3:8
  • Our Lord’s Work in the World a Witness to His Divinity: Matthew 13:54–46
  • Our Lord’s Divinity as Witnessed by His Consciousness: John 10:33
  • The Doctrine of Christ’s Divinity in the Writings of St. John: 1 John 1:1–3
  • Our Lord’s Divinity as Taught by St. James, St. Peter, and St. Paul: Galatians 2:9
  • The Homoousiion: Titus 1:9
  • Consequences of the Doctrine of Our Lord’s Divinity: Romans 8:32

Henry Parry Liddon (1829–1890) was educated at Christ Church, Oxford. In 1870 he was made canon of St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, as well as Dean Ireland’s Professor of the Exegesis of Holy Scripture at Oxford. His works include Some Elements of Religion, Sermons Preached on Special Occasions, and Lux Mundi.

The Dogmatic Faith: An Inquiry into the Relation Subsisting between Revelation and Dogma

  • Author: Edward Garbett
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Rivingtons
  • Publication Date: 1867
  • Pages: 355

The Bampton Lectures for 1867 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Faith and the Church: Jude 3
  • The Historical Faith: Hebrews 13:7–8
  • The Religious Sentiment: Ephesians 2:12
  • The Faith and the Intuitions: Job 11:7
  • Dogma and Speculation: 1 Timothy 6:20–21
  • Christianity and Civilization: 1 Timothy 4:8
  • Conscience, and Its Relation to the Faith: 2 Corinthians 1:12
  • The Obligations of Belief: 1 Corinthians 16:13

Edward Garbett (1817–1887) was educated at Brasenose College, Oxford, where he earned his MA in 1847. His numerous works include The Soul’s Life, The Bible and its Critics, and The Divine Plan of Revelation.

The Administration of the Holy Spirit in the Body of Christ

  • Author: George Moberly
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: James Parker and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1870
  • Pages: 338

The Bampton Lectures for 1868 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Gradual Development of the Doctrine of the Holy Spirit: Revelation 1:4–5
  • The Spirit-being Church with Its Divinely Constituted Organs: John 1:32–33
  • The Teaching and Authority of the Apostles: 1 Corinthians 3:21–23
  • The Ecclesiastical, or Post-Apostolic Teaching of the Church: 1 Timothy 3:15
  • Holy Baptism: Matthew 28:18–20
  • Holy Communion: 1 Corinthians 10:17
  • Ordination and Absolution: Luke 12:41–42
  • The Personal Priesthood: 1 Corinthians 12:13

George Moberly (1803–1885) was educated at Balliol College, Oxford. He served as canon of Chester Cathedral until he accepted the post of bishop of Salisbury in 1869.

Prophecy: A Preparation for Christ

  • Author: R. Payne Smith
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Macmillan and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1869
  • Pages: 415

The Bampton Lectures for 1869 contains lectures on the following:

  • Prophecy a Preparation for Christ: Romans 4:8
  • The Proper Idea and Meaning of Prophecy: Hebrews 1:1–2
  • Samuel, the Restorer of Prophecy: Acts 3:24
  • The Schools of the Prophets: 1 Samuel 19:19–20
  • The Ordinary Life and Duties of the Prophets: Hebrews 11:37
  • The Commencement of Written Prophecy: Ephesians 11:20
  • The Foundation of Truth Laid by the Prophets Jonah, Joel, and Hosea: Acts 26:22–23
  • Specific Prophecies of Christ in Hosea, Amos, Isaiah, and Micah: Acts 10:43
  • The Prophecies of Isaiah: Acts 8:34–35

R. Payne Smith (1818–1895) was Regius Professor of Divinity at the University of Oxford. In 1870, he was appointed dean of Canterbury by Queen Victoria. He was the author of Thesaurus Syriacus, later translated into English by his daughter as A Compendious Syriac Dictionary.

Christianity as Taught by St. Paul

  • Author: William J. Irons
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: James Parker and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1870
  • Pages: 543

The Bampton Lectures for 1870 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Time Christianity Appeared
  • Historical Beginning of Christianity
  • The New Life from Heaven
  • Previous Questions as to Probation
  • The Christian Economy in Relation with the Universe
  • Times of the Transition
  • “Let Us Go on to Perfection”
  • The “Kingdom That Cannot Be Moved”

William Josiah Irons (1812–1883) was educated at Queens College, Oxford, where he earned his DD in 1854. His numerous works include On Miracles and Prophecy, The Miracles of Christ, Analysis of Human Responsibility, and The Church of All Ages.

Dissent, in Its Relation to the Church of England

  • Author: George Herbert Curteis
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Macmillan and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1873
  • Pages: 448

The Bampton Lectures for 1871 contains lectures on the following:

  • Dissent in General: Matthew 13:3–4
  • The Independents: Ephesians 5:21
  • The Romanists: 1 Peter 5:3
  • The Baptists: Matthew 13:47
  • The Quakers: 1 Corinthians 14:32
  • The Unitarians: 1 Corinthians 3:16
  • The Wesleyans: Romans 12:16
  • The Church of England: Numbers 24:5–6

George Herbert Curteis (1824–1894) was principal of the Litchfield Theological College and prebendary of Litchfield Cathedral. His works include The Scientific Obstacles to Christian Belief and Bishop Selwyn of New Zealand, and of Lichfield: A Sketch of His Life and Work.

The Permanence of Christianity

  • Author: John Richard Turner Eaton
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Pott, Young, & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1873
  • Pages: 387

The Bampton Lectures for 1872 contains lectures on the following:

  • Permanence a Test of Religious Systems
  • Objections to the Progress of Christianity Considered
  • Objections to the Progress of Christianity Considered
  • Objections to the Progress of Christianity Considered
  • Objections to the Progress of Christianity Considered
  • The Permanence of Christianity Inferred from the Character of Its Influence
  • The Permanence of Christianity Inferred from the Character of Its Influence
  • The Permanence of Christianity Inferred from Its Missionary Character and Present Standing

John Richard Turner Eaton (b. 1825–1804) was fellow and tutor of Merton College. He is also the author of Bishop Butler and His Critics: Two Public Lectures.

Characteristics of Christian Morality

  • Author: I. Gregory Smith
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: James Parker and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1873
  • Pages: 121

The Bampton Lectures for 1873 contains lectures on the following:

  • What is Morality?
  • Virtue is Unselfishness; Vice is Selfishness
  • Christianity and the Appetites
  • Christianity and Ambition
  • Christianity and Self-Dependence
  • The Universality of Christian Morality
  • Alleged Defects of Christian Morality
  • Summary and Conclusion

I. Gregory Smith (1826–1920) was educated Trinity College, Oxford. His other works include Faith and Philosophy, Fra Angelica and Other Poems, and Christian Monasticism: From the Fourth to the Ninth Centuries.

The Religion of the Christ: Its Historic and Literary Development Considered as an Evidence of Its Origin

  • Author: Stanley Leathes
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Rivingtons
  • Publication Date: 1874
  • Pages: 352

The Bampton Lectures for 1874 contains lectures on the following:

  • Anticipation of the Christ in Heathen Nations
  • The Christ of Jewish History
  • The Christ of the Psalms
  • The Christ of Prophecy
  • The Christ of the Gospels
  • The Christ of the Acts
  • The Christ of the Pauline Epistles
  • The Christ of the Other Books

Stanley Leathes (1733–1804) was educated at Jesus College, Cambridge, where he earned his MA in 1853. He was the first Tyrwhitts Hebrew Scholar and was appointed professor of Hebrew at King’s College, London in 1863. His works include The Witness of the Old Testament to Christ, The Gospel Its Own Witness, and The Foundations of Morality.

The Doctrine of Retribution

  • Author: William Jackson
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton
  • Publication Date: 1875
  • Pages: 355

The Bampton Lectures for 1875 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Subject in Perspective
  • The Answer of Conscience
  • Skepticism When Thorough
  • First Principles
  • The Prerogative of Humanity
  • Man’s Inner Law and Life
  • Growth, Trial, and Triumph
  • Absolute Truth and the Solemn Hereafter

William Jackson was fellow of Worcester College and author of The Philosophy of Natural Philosophy.

The Witness of the Psalms to Christ and Christianity

  • Author: William Alexander
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: John Murray
  • Publication Date: 1878
  • Pages: 400

The Bampton Lectures for 1876 contains lectures on the following:

  • Subject Stated
  • Witness of the Psalms to Christ
  • Two Objections to the Use of the Psalter as a Christian Manual
  • Witness of the Psalms to Christ
  • Witness of the Psalms to Christ
  • Witness of the Psalms to Christ
  • Witness of the Psalms to Christ
  • Recapitulation

William Alexander (1824–1911) was educated at Brasenose College, Oxford. He was the last Bishop of Ireland to sit in the Westminster House of Lords before the disestablishment of the Church of Ireland in 1871 by the Irish Church Act of 1869. In 1896 he translated to become archbishop of Armagh and Primate of Ireland. His works include The Poetical Works of Sir William Alexander and The Divinity of Our Lord.

Christian Evidences Viewed in Relation to Modern Thought

  • Author: C. A. Row
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Frederic Norgate
  • Publication Date: 1877
  • Pages: 480

The Bampton Lectures for 1877 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Order of the Christian Argument, Its Nature and Extent
  • The Superhuman Action of Jesus Christ Verifiable in the History of the Past and the Facts of the Present
  • The Contrast between the Teaching of Christianity and That of the Philosophers Viewed Evidentially
  • The Unity of the Character of Christ a Proof of Its Historical Reality; and the Logical Value of the Argument from Prophecy
  • The Evidence Afforded by the Writings of the Fathers
  • The Nature and Value of the Pauline Epistles as Historical Documents
  • The Theory of Visions Considered and Refuted
  • Popular Theories of Inspiration—Their Relation to Scientific Thought

Charles Adolphus Row (1733–1804) taught at Pembroke College, Oxford, and served as prebendary of St. Paul’s Cathedral. His numerous works include The Nature and Extent of Divine Inspiration, Revelation & Modern Theology Contrasted, Christian Theism, and A Manual of Christian Evidences.

Zechariah and His Prophecies Considered in Relation to Modern Criticism

  • Author: Charles Henry Hamilton Wright
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
  • Publication Date: 1879
  • Pages: 614

The Bampton Lectures for 1878 contains lectures on the following:

  • The First Visions
  • The Fourth Vision
  • The Fifth Vision—The Golden Candlestick
  • The Sixth Vision—The Flying Roll and the Woman in the Ephah
  • The Seventh Vision—The Four Chariots
  • The Crowning of the High Priest
  • The Deputation from Bethel—Addresses of Zechariah to the People
  • The Preparation of the Land—The Coming of the King
  • The War of the Sons of Zion—The “Lost Tribes”
  • The Good Shepherd and His Rejection—The Evil Shepherd and His Doom
  • The Trials and Victory of Israel—The Great Mourning
  • The Reaction against False Prophets—The Great Transgression
  • The Eschatology of Zechariah, or “The Last Things” as Seen in the Light of the Old Dispensation

Charles Henry Hamilton Wright (1862–1940) was educated at Trinity College, Dublin. In 1893 he was elected secretary and librarian of the London Library. His works include Daniel and His Prophecies, The Book of Ruth in Hebrew, and Book of Genesis in Hebrew, with Various Readings, Notes, etc..

The Foundations of Faith

  • Author: Henry Wace
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Pickering and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1880
  • Pages: 399

The Bampton Lectures for 1879 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Office of Faith: Hebrews 11:1–2
  • The Faith of the Conscience: Romans 1:28
  • The Witness to Revelation: Hebrews 1:1–2
  • The Faith of the Old Covenant: Isaiah 42:5–6
  • Our Lord’s Demand for Faith: Matthew 11:25–27
  • The Faith of the Early Church: Acts 5:29–32
  • The Faith of the Reformation: Romans 8:15
  • The Faith of the Church of England: Ephesians 4:13–15

Henry Wace (1836–1924) was principal of King’s College, London, and dean of Canterbury. He served as editor on numerous important collections, including A Dictionary of Christian Biography, Literature, Sects and Doctrines (4 vols.)

The Organization of the Early Christian Churches

  • Author: Edwin Hatch
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Rivingtons
  • Publication Date: 1882
  • Pages: 222

The Bampton Lectures for 1880 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Method of Study
  • Bishops and Deacons
  • Presbyters
  • The Supremacy of the Bishop
  • Clergy and Laity
  • The Clergy as a Separate Class
  • Councils and the Unity of the Church
  • The Parish and the Cathedral

Edwin Hatch (1835–1889) studied at Cambridge and then graduated from Pembroke College, Oxford. Ordained in 1859, Hatch proceeded to teach at a number of schools and universities, including Trinity College in Toronto and Oxford University, where he returned as vice-principal of St. Mary Hall. A noted theologian and scholar, his books regularly provoked controversy and criticism.

The One Religion: Truth, Holiness, and Peace Desired by the Nations, and Revealed by Jesus Christ

  • Author: John Wordsworth
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Parker and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1881
  • Pages: 357

The Bampton Lectures for 1881 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Unity of Religion
  • Biblical Theism Contrasted with Other Conceptions of the Nature of God
  • The Natural Expectation of Divine Truth, and the Confession of Human Incapacity of Attaining It
  • The Christian Revelation Considered as Truth both Ideal and Practical
  • The Natural Sense of Separation from God, and of the Need of Atonement
  • The Incarnation and Atonement a Revelation of Holiness, Worth of God, and Meet for the Needs of Man
  • The Natural Desire for Peace, and the Inadequacy of Human Efforts to Attain It
  • The Peace of the Church as Worthy of God Who Gives It and as Satisfying the Needs of Man

John Wordsworth (1843–1911) was educated at New College, Oxford, where he earned his MA in 1868. In 1867 he was elected Craven Scholar and a fellow of Brasenose College, Oxford, and was ordained in the Church of England. In 1885, at the age of 42, he became bishop of Salisbury. His works include Fragments and Specimens of Early Latin, Old Latin Biblical Texts, and Nouum Testamentum Latine: Secundum Editionem.

The One Mediator: The Operation of the Son of God in Nature and in Grace

  • Author: Peter Goldsmith Medd
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Rivingtons
  • Publication Date: 1884
  • Pages: 584

The Bampton Lectures for 1882 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Creation of All Things through the Son of God
  • The Son of God the Life and Light of All Creation
  • The Creation of Man; Its Relation to the Incarnation
  • The Preparation for the Incarnation: The Theophanies
  • The Mediation of the Son of God under the Law
  • The Incarnation; the Work of the Incarnate Mediator, on Earth, and in the Unseen
  • The Work of the Mediator During the Great Forty Days
  • The Work of the Mediator after the Ascension

Peter Goldsmith Medd (1733–1804) was educated St John’s College, Oxford, and served as rector of Barnes. His other works included Sermons Preached in the Parish Church of Barnes, Household Prayer, From Ancient and Authorized Sources, and The First Book of Common Prayer of Edward VI.

The World as the Subject of Redemption

  • Author: W. H. Fremantle
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Longmans, Green, and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1895
  • Pages: 400

The Bampton Lectures for 1883 contains lectures on the following:

  • Universal Redemption
  • The Hebrew Theocracy
  • The New Testament Church
  • The Imperial and Medieval Church
  • The Churches of the Reformation
  • The English Church and Commonwealth
  • The Christian Basis of Human Societies
  • Steps Towards Realizing the Ideal of a Christian World

W. H. Fremantle (1831–1916) was a fellow of All Souls College, Oxford, and was ordained in 1855 and two years later became vicar of Lewknor. His works include Christianity and Liberal Politics and Natural Christianity.

The Relations between Religion and Science

  • Author: Frederick Temple
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Macmillan and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1885
  • Pages: 252

The Bampton Lectures for 1884 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Origin and Nature of Scientific Belief: Psalm 104:24
  • The Origin and Nature of Religious Belief: Genesis 1:27
  • Apparent Conflict between Science and Religion on Free-Will: Genesis 1:27
  • Apparent Conflict between Religion and the Doctrine of Evolution: Romans 1:20
  • Revelation the Means of Developing and Completing Spiritual Knowledge: Hebrews 1:1
  • Apparent Collision between Religion and the Doctrine of Evolution: Psalm 100:3
  • Apparent Collision of Science with the Claim to Supernatural Power: John 14:11
  • The Conclusion of the Argument

Frederick Temple (1821–1902) was honorary fellow of Exeter College, Oxford. He served as archbishop of Canterbury from 1896 until his death. His works include Speeches and Addresses of the Right Honourable Frederick Temple and Sermons Preached in Rugby School Chapel, 1862–1867.

History of Interpretation

  • Author: Frederic W. Farrar
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Macmillan and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1886
  • Pages: 553

The Bampton Lectures for 1885 contains lectures on the following:

  • Success and Failure of Exegesis
  • Rabbinic Exegesis
  • Alexandrian Exegesis
  • Patristic Exegesis
  • Scholastic Exegesis
  • The Reformers
  • Post-Reformation Epoch
  • Modern Exegesis

Frederic W. Farrar (1831–1903) was educated at King’s College in London and Trinity College, Cambridge. The archdeacon of Westminster and then dean of Canterbury, Farrar was a prolific author and powerful preacher. His works include the commentaries on Luke for the Cambridge Bible for Schools and Colleges and the Cambridge Greek Testament for Schools and Colleges, The Life of Lives: Further Studies in the Life of Christ, Life of Christ, The Life and Work of St. Paul (2 vols.), and more.

The Christian Platonists of Alexandria

  • Author: Charles Bigg
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Claredon Press
  • Publication Date: 1886
  • Pages: 304

The Bampton Lectures for 1886 contains lectures on the following:

  • Philo and the Gnostics
  • Clement
  • Clement
  • Origen
  • Origen
  • Origen
  • The Reformed Paganism
  • Summary

Charles Bigg (1840–1908) was a professor of ecclesiastical history and winner of the Gaisford Prize for Greek Prose in 1861. He is the author of A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Epistles of St. Peter and St. Jude, a volume of the International Critical Commentary (53 vols.).

The Permanent Elements of Religion

  • Author: W. Boyd Carpenter
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Macmillan and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1889
  • Pages: 423

The Bampton Lectures for 1887 contains lectures on the following:

  • Probable Permanence of Religion
  • Some Essential Elements of Religion
  • Essential Elements of Religion Witnessed in the History of Three Universal Religions
  • The Relation of the Three Universal Religions to the Essential Elements of Religion
  • Religion and Morality
  • The Necessity of Religion
  • Religion and Personality
  • The Religion of the Future

W. Boyd Carpenter (1841–1918) was educated at St. Catharine’s College, Cambridge, and was appointed Hulsean Lecturer at Cambridge in 1878. His works include Commentary on Revelation, Witness to the Influence of Christ, and The Apology of Experience.

The Letter and the Spirit

  • Author: Robert Edward Bartlett
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Rivingtons
  • Publication Date: 1888
  • Pages: 214

The Bampton Lectures for 1888 contains lectures on the following:

  • Introduction
  • The Letter and the Spirit in Scripture Exegesis
  • The Letter and the Spirit in Scripture Exegesis Continued
  • The Letter and the Spirit in the Sacraments
  • The Letter and the Spirit in the Church
  • The Letter and the Spirit in Creeds and Confessions of Faith
  • The Letter and the Spirit in Christian Worship and Life
  • The Church of the Future

Robert Edward Bartlett was fellow and tutor of Trinity College.

The Origin and Religious Contents of the Psalter in the Light of Old Testament Criticism and the History of Religions

  • Author: Thomas Kelly Cheyne
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner, & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1891
  • Pages: 517

The Bampton Lectures for 1889 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Psalters with the Psalter
  • Analysis of Books Four and Five
  • Maccabean Psalms in Books Two and Three
  • Psalms 72, 73, 49, and 50
  • The Earliest Psalms of the Minor Psalters
  • The Religious Ideas of the Psalter not Borrowed
  • Jehovah’s Sphere of Working and His Agencies
  • Human Obedience and Divine Lovingkindness

Thomas Kelly Cheyne (1841–1915) was ordained in 1864 and held a fellowship at Balliol College, Oxford. His numerous works include The Reconciliation of Races and Religions, Jewish Religious Life after the Exile, two volumes for the The Cambridge Bible for Schools and Colleges (58 vols.), and more.

Modern Criticism Considered in Its Relation to the Fourth Gospel

  • Author: Henry William Watkins
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: John Murray
  • Publication Date: 1890
  • Pages: 502

The Bampton Lectures for 1890 contains lectures on the following:

  • 2 Corinthians 13:8
  • Deuteronomy 32:7
  • John 4:39–42
  • Ecclesiastes 1:10
  • Mark 14:59
  • 2 Corinthians 13:1
  • Matthew 13:52
  • John 20:30

Henry William Watkins (1844–1922) was educated at the University of Oxford where he earned his DD and served as archdeacon of Durham.

The Incarnation of the Son of God

  • Author: Charles Gore
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: John Murray
  • Publication Date: 1891
  • Pages: 276

The Bampton Lectures for 1891 contains lectures on the following:

  • What Christianity Is
  • Christ Supernatural Yet Natural
  • The Supernatural Christ is Historical
  • The Christ of Dogma the Christ of Scripture
  • God Revealed in Christ
  • Man Revealed in Christ
  • Christ Our Master
  • Christ Our Example and New Life

Charles Gore (1853–1932) was educated at Harrow School and the University of Oxford. Gore later became fellow at Trinity College, Oxford, and vice-principal at Cuddesdon Theological College. He later became the bishop of Worcester, the bishop of Birmingham, and the bishop of Oxford. Charles Gore published over 15 volumes of works including The Church and the Ministry, St. Paul's Epistle to the Romans: A Practical Exposition (2 vols.), and The Body of Christ

Some Lights of Science on the Faith

  • Author: Alfred Barry
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Longmans, Green, and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1892
  • Pages: 348

The Bampton Lectures for 1892 contains lectures on the following:

  • Law Leading to Christ
  • Heredity and Mediation
  • Evolution—Natural and Supernatural
  • Christ and All Creation
  • Christ and Human Society
  • Criticism and the Supernatural
  • Criticism and Holy Scripture
  • Truth in Revelation

Alfred Barry (1826–1910) was educated Trinity College, Cambridge, where he earned his DD in 1866. His numerous works include The Epistle to the Ephesians, Philippians and Colossians and Lectures on Christianity and Socialism.

Inspiration

  • Author: William Sanday
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Longmans, Green, and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1896
  • Pages: 477

The Bampton Lectures for 1893 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Historic Canon: Estimate of the New Testament by the Early Church
  • The Historic Canon: Estimate of the Old Testament in the First Century of the Christian Era
  • The Genesis of the Old Testament: The Prophetic and Historic Books
  • The Genesis of the Old Testament: The Law and the Hagiographa
  • The Growth of the Old Testament as a Collection of Sacred Books
  • The Genesis of the New Testament: The Gospel and the Acts
  • The Genesis of the New Testament: The Epistles and Apocalypse
  • Retrospect and Results: Traditional and Inductive Theories of Inspiration Compared

William Sanday (1843–1920) was Dean Ireland’s Professor of Exegesis of Holy Scripture at Oxford between 1883 and 1895, as well as Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity and canon of Christ Church between 1895 and 1919. His works include The Authorship and Historical Character of the Fourth Gospel, The Gospels in the Second Century, and Outlines of the Life of Christ.

Personality: Human and Divine

  • Author: J. R. Illingworth
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Macmillan and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1898
  • Pages: 274

The Bampton Lectures for 1894 contains lectures on the following:

  • Development of the Conception of Human Personality
  • Analysis of the Conception of Human Personality
  • Development of the Conception of Divine Personality
  • Analysis of the Conception of Divine Personality
  • Moral Affinity Needful for the Knowledge of a Person
  • Religion in the Prehistoric Period
  • Religion in Pre-Christian History
  • Jesus Christ and the Divine and Human Person

John Richardson Illingworth (1848–1915) was the author of numerous works, including Christian Character: Being Some Lectures on the Elements of Christian Ethics, Divine Immanence: An Essay on the Spiritual Significance of Matter, and The Doctrine of the Trinity Apologetically Considered.

Christian Ethics

  • Author: Thomas B. Strong
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Longmans, Green, and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1897
  • Pages: 380

The Bampton Lectures for 1895 contains lectures on the following:

  • Preliminary: Greek and Jew
  • Christ and the Apostles
  • The Theological Virtues
  • The Cardinal Virtues
  • The Ethical Meaning of Sin
  • Morality and Reason
  • Ethics and the Reformation
  • Church Discipline

Thomas B. Strong (1861–1944) was educated at Christ Church, Oxford, where he later served as dean. He served as bishop of Oxford from 1925 to 1937. His works include A Manual of Theology, God and the Individual, and Lectures on the Method of Science.

Aspects of the Old Testament

  • Author: Robert Lawrence Ottley
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Longmans, Green, and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1897
  • Pages: 448

The Bampton Lectures for 1897 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Christian Church and the “Higher Criticism”
  • Different Aspects of the Old Testament
  • The Historical Element in the Old Testament
  • The Progressive Self-Revelation of God
  • The Ancient Covenant and Its Worship
  • Prophecy and the Messianic Hope
  • Personal Religion in the Old Testament
  • The Old Testament and Christianity

Robert Lawrence Ottley (1733–1804) was educated at Pembroke College, Oxford, of which he became honorary fellow in 1905. His numerous works include The Doctrine of the Incarnation, The Hebrew Prophets, and The Rule of Faith and Hope.

Christian Mysticism

  • Author: William Ralph Inge
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Methuen & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1899
  • Pages: 379

The Bampton Lectures for 1899 contains lectures on the following:

  • General Characteristics of Mysticism
  • The Mystical Element in the Bible
  • Christian Platonism and Speculative Mysticism: In the East
  • Christian Platonism and Speculative Mysticism: In the East
  • Practical and Devotional Mysticism
  • Practical and Devotional Mysticism Continued
  • Nature-Mysticism and Symbolism
  • Nature-Mysticism and Symbolism Continued

William Ralph Inge (1860–1954) was educated at King’s College, Cambridge, and in 1907 became Lady Margaret’s Professor of Divinity at Jesus College, Cambridge. He was appointed to dean of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London and served as president of the Aristotelian Society at Cambridge from 1920 to 1921. His works include Faith and Knowledge, Studies of English Mystics, Personal Religion and the Life of Devotion, and The Platonic Tradition in English Religious Thought

Regnum Dei: Eight Lectures on the Kingdom of God in the History of Christian Thought

  • Author: Archibald T. Robertson
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Methuen & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1901
  • Pages: 401

The Bampton Lectures for 1901 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Kingdom of God in the Old Testament
  • The Kingdom of God in the Generation Before Christ, in the Epistles of St. Paul, in the Synoptic Gospels
  • The Kingdom of God in the Synoptic Gospels, in the Fourth Gospel, and in the Remainder of the New Testament
  • The Kingdom of God in the First Four Christian Centuries
  • The Kingdom of God in St. Augustine
  • The Kingdom of God in the Medieval Theocracy
  • The Kingdom of God in the Divergence of Modern Ideals
  • The Kingdom of God in Modern Thought, Work, and Life

Archibald Thomas Robertson (1733–1804) was born on November 6, 1863 in Chatham, Virginia, during the height of the Civil War. His family moved to Statesville, North Carolina, where he grew up. He was baptized in 1876 and immediately recognized God’s call to preach, and attended Wake Forest College.

Upon graduation in 1885, Robertson entered The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, where he devoted himself to Greek studies under John Broadus. He was appointed Greek instructor as a student, and received his ThM. in 1888. Robertson became an associate professor in 1890, and then served as Professor of New Testament Interpretation from 1895 to 1934. He devoted his life to preaching, teaching, scholarly activities, and giving public lectures, many of which have been reproduced in book form in this collection. He was a founding member of the Baptist World Alliance, and participated in numerous Bible conferences with Dwight Moody and F. B. Meyer.

The Influence of Christianity upon National Character Illustrated by the Lives and Legends of the English Saints

  • Author: William Holden Hutton
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Wells, Gardner, Darton & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1903
  • Pages: 385

The Bampton Lectures for 1903 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Witness of the Saints
  • National Saints
  • The Saints of the English Conversion
  • The Royal Saints
  • The Ideal of Monk and Hermit
  • The Statesmen Saints
  • Women and Children among the Saints
  • The Completion of Faith

William Holden Hutton (1860–1930) was educated at Magdalen College, Oxford, and became a tutor and fellow at St John’s College. From 1919 to 1930 he was dean of Winchester cathedral. His works include Sir Thomas More, The Age of Revolution: Being an Outline of the History of the Church from 1648 to 1815, and The Hope of Man.

Christian Theology and Social Progress

  • Author: F. W. Bussell
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: E. P. Dutton and Company
  • Publication Date: 1907
  • Pages: 343

The Bampton Lectures for 1905 contains lectures on the following:

  • Function and Limit of Christian Apologetic
  • The Moral Instinct: Man Finds Himself
  • The Religious Impulse: Man Finds God
  • The Social State: Medieval and Modern
  • The Modern Age as Pensioner of the Past
  • “Worth and Work”: Striving of Genuine Value
  • Agnosticism: Arbitrary State, Unknowable God
  • Needful Alliance of the Gospel and “Democracy”

Frederick William Bussell (1862–1944) taught at Brasenose College, Oxford, and was rector of Sisland, Norfolk. His works include The Roman Empire: Essays on the Constitutional History from the Accession of Domitian to the Retirement of Nicephorus III, Marcus Aurelius and the Later Stoics, Religious Thought and Heresy in the Middle Ages, and The School of Plato: Its Origin, Development, and Revival under the Roman Empire.

The Reproach of the Gospel: An Inquiry into the Apparent Failure of Christianity as a General Rule of Life and Conduct, with Special Reference to the Present Time

  • Author: James H. F. Peile
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Longmans, Green, and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1907
  • Pages: 199

The Bampton Lectures for 1907 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Facts
  • The Historic Basis of Christian Belief
  • The Spiritual Need of Humanity
  • War and Trade
  • Social Questions
  • Anarchy Not the Cure
  • Christianity a Revolutionary Force
  • Some Practical Considerations

James H. F. Peile (1863–1940) was fellow and praelector of University College, Oxford, and Examining Chaplain for the Lord Bishop of Worcester. His works include Ecclesia Discens: The Church’s Lesson from the Age and Life of James Green.

The Church and the World: In Idea and in History

  • Author: Walter Hobhouse
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Macmillan and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1911
  • Pages: 411

The Bampton Lectures for 1909 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Church and the World in the New Testament
  • The Church Overcoming the World
  • The Church Secularized by the World
  • The Church and the Barbarians
  • The Papacy and the Empire
  • The Reformation and Its Effects
  • The Religious Chaos of Today
  • The Future Outlook

Walter Hobhouse (1862–1928) was educated at Christ Church, Oxford, and was Honorary Canon and Chancellor of Birmingham Cathedral. His works include Otium Didascali: Translations into Greek & Latin Verse and The Theory and Practice of Ancient Education.

Creed and the Creeds: Their Function in Religion

  • Author: John Huntley Skrine
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Longmans, Green, and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1911
  • Pages: 223

The Bampton Lectures for 1911 contains lectures on the following:

  • Creed, Salvation, Life
  • Creed as Confession of Faith
  • The Creed of Immortality
  • The Creed of the Resurrection
  • The Creed-Making of the Church Universal
  • The Creed-Making of the Church Particular
  • The Historic Christ
  • An Appeal to Those Within and Those Without

John Huntley Skrine (1848–1923) was vicar of St. Peter in the East, Oxford, and fellow of Merton College. His works include Pastor Agnorum: A Schoolmaster’s Afterthoughts and The Gospel of the Manhood.

The Church in Rome in the First Century

  • Author: George Edmundson
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Longmans, Green, and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1913
  • Pages: 296

The Bampton Lectures for 1913 contains lectures on the following:

  • Character of the Theme
  • The Lukan Authorship of Acts
  • St. Peter Encounters Simon Magus at Rome
  • St. Paul’s Visit to Jerusalem
  • A High-Priestly Embassy in Rome
  • Deaths of St. Peter and St. Paul at Rome
  • The First Century Episcopal Succession at Rome
  • Attitude of the Flavian Emperors to the Christians

George Edmundson (1848–1930) was educated at Magdalen College, Oxford, where he earned his MA in 1874. His works include Archbishop Laud and His Work, Anglo-Dutch Rivalry in the First Half of the 17th Century, and Intellect and Power.

The Idea of Atonement in Christian Theology

  • Author: Hastings Rashdall
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: Macmillan and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1920
  • Pages: 502

The Bampton Lectures for 1915 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Teaching of Christ Concerning Forgiveness
  • The Pre-Pauline and the Pauline Doctrine of Atonement
  • the Teaching of Primitive Christianity
  • Patristic Theories
  • Latin Theology—Augustine, Anselm, Abelard
  • Scholastic Theories
  • Luther and the Reformation
  • The Truth of the Atonement

Hastings Rashdall (1858–1924) was educated at New College, Oxford. His works include The Theory of Good and Evil and The Universities of Europe in the Middle Ages.

The Doctrine of the Church and Christian Reunion

  • Author: Arthur C. Headlam
  • Series: Bampton Lecture Series
  • Publisher: John Murray
  • Publication Date: 1921
  • Pages: 326

The Bampton Lectures for 1920 contains lectures on the following:

  • The Doctrine of the Church and Christian Reunion
  • The Apostolic Church
  • The Catholic Church
  • The Teaching of St. Augustine
  • The Divisions of the Church
  • The Doctrine of the Church
  • Reunion

Arthur C. Headlam (1862–1947) was educated at New College, Oxford, and was a professor of dogmatic theology at King’s College London from 1903–1916. His works include Authority and Archaeology, Sacred and Profane, Criticism of the New Testament, and The Miracles of the New Testament.

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  • Volumes: 127
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