Talk by Geoffrey Webb
Since the war several sets of wall paintings of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries— the ' missing ' centuries of Byzantine art-have been uncovered in Serbia and Macedonia. Professor Webb gives an account of them and speaks of some of the stylistic and iconographical problems of later work which they help to solve.
The friendship and estrangement of Alexander Pope and Joseph Addison , recounted by Michael Swan
Programme produced by Terence Tiller with Hugh Falkus , Antony Kearey Hugh Munro , Arthur Ridley
by H. D. Lewis
Professor of Philosophy in the University College of North Wales
The speaker reviews a series of four lectures given by Emit Brunner in 1948 and recently published under the title ' The Scandal of Christianity.' Professor Lewis is author of ' Morals and Revelation,' a book in which he brings criticism to bear on Brunner's attitude to the relation between faith and ethics. In this talk he questions the seriousness with which Brunner has dealt with philosophy and history.
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