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lxxiv Annual Report of the Delegacy course on the Reformation organised by the Buckinghamshire Educa- tion Committee at Missenden Abbey and paper on Tradition and History' to the Theological Teachers' Discussion Group University of London Dr Collinson read paper to the Canterbury and York Society on 'The Primacy of Edmund Grindal Archbishop of Canterbury and its Place in English Church History' and two papers on aspects of the Reformation at course organised by the Buckinghamshire Educa- tion Committee at Missenden Abbey He lectured to Florida Pres- byterian College vacation course at the University of Sussex on 'The Old English Puritans' at the University of East Anglia on "The Place of the Earl of Leicester in Elizabethan Politics and Society' and to various branches of the Historical Association sixth forms and colleges of education DEPARTMENT OF THE HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION Higher Degrees Ph The Revd Langford 'Natural Law in seventeenth century political thought Phil Biller 'An examination of the logical structure of the ontological argument for the existence of God and its relation to theology Departmental Notes Professor Lewis gave the first series of his Gilford Lectures in the University of Edinburgh the Firth Lectures in the University of Nottingham and the Hobhouse Memorial Lecture in the University of London He lectured on 'Some recent views of self-identity' to the Philosophical Society University of North Staffordshire and took part in the Ditchley Foundation conference on 'Moral and religious education' He was appointed external examiner in Philosophy for Reading University and in Theology for Glasgow University The Reverend Dr Parrinder delivered eight Wilde Lectures in the University of Oxford on 'Avatar and incarnation' paper to the London Society for the Study of Religions on 'Jesus and the Avatars' the opening lecture of the Modern Churchmen's Conference on 'The place of Jesus Christ in world religions' lecture at the City Literary Institute on 'The Christian concept of God and other religions' and lecture to the Education Department of Reading University
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