Some Facts of Religion and of Life: Sermons Preached before Her Majesty the Queen in Scotland, 1866-76.

by John Tulloch


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John Tulloch, a beloved professor at the University of St Andrews, was a moderate liberal theologian who sought to reconcile the insights of higher criticism of the Bible with the tenets of Christian orthodoxy. At various times throughout his theological career, Tulloch preached before Queen Victoria during her visits to Scotland. As was customary, Tulloch would deliver addresses that reflected his major thought and work. His messages range from the topics of the role of theology in Christianity to the problem of evil.

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