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... Enlightenment ( Edinburgh , 1994), vol. 2, pp. 20–39. Wood Paul B. , The Aberdeen Enlightenment: The Arts Curriculum in the Eighteenth Century ( Aberdeen , 1993)....
...Sinclair, George George Sinclair died in Glasgow. Nothing is known of him until 1654, when he is recorded as having been a teacher in St Andrews. On 18 October 1654 he was appointed a regent at the University of Glasgow, and his interest...
... Faculty at Cambridge. In 1967 John Hick was appointed to the H.G. Wood Chair of Theology at the University of Birmingham, where he stayed for fifteen years. During his last three years at Birmingham, Hick spent half of each year as Danforth...
...Doig, David David Doig was born at Monifieth, Forfarshire (Scotland) and died at Stirling on 16 March 1800. Because of his doubts about some of the theological doctrines expounded in the Westminster Confession, he left off his divinity...
... and the British Critic . Further Reading Ogilvy Skene , The Consolations, on the Deaths of Friends, arising from the Christian’s Hope of Immortality: A Sermon occasioned by the Death of Robert Eden Scott, Esq. M.A . ( Aberdeen , 1811). Wood Paul B. , The Aberdeen Enlightenment: The Arts Curriculum in the Eighteenth Century ( Aberdeen , 1993)....