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Annual Report of the Delegacy lxv History of Religions at Claremont California University of Durham Spring Lecture Inaugural Lecture to Wesley College Headingley Leeds lecture to the Commonwealth Arts Festival at Cardiff lecture to the School of Asian Studies University of Sussex DEPARTMENT OF NEW TESTAMENT STUDIES Higher Degree Th Old Regulations Dumbrell 'The meaning and use of ekklesia in the New Testament with special reference to its Old Testa- ment background Departmental Notes The Reverend Professor Evans Dr Hooker and Dr O'Neill of Westminster College Cambridge broadcast three lectures on St Paul from the College on BBC which were published by the BBC and repeated with fourth session of answers to questions on BBC Professor Evans gave three lectures on the Resurrection in Liverpool Cathedral as the biennial lectures arranged by the Liverpool Diocesan Board of Divinity and repeated them at Cardiff before the Faculty of Theology of the University Colleges of Cardiff and Swansea He gave four lectures on the Passion Narratives at Cheshunt Theological Col- lege and read papers to the Historical Society of the London Hospitals and at Corpus Christi College Cambridge Miss Hooker was awarded the Ph degree of the University of Manchester for thesis on 'The background and use of the term "Son of man" in St Mark' She gave lectures at Edgehill College Lincoln Theological College and Hull Theological Society The Reverend Hickling gave extra-mural lectures in Kent DEPARTMENT OF OLD TESTAMENT STUDIES The Reverend Professor Ackroyd was member of the World Council of Churches Consultation on The Church and the Jewish People' in Geneva in September 1966 and he lectured at St George's Jerusalem at the summer course in August He and Mr Knibb were lecturers at the Frankland-West Weekend School in London in
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