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- adjective Of or relating to John Hulse (1708–1790),
English clergymanwho founded a lecturershipat the University of Cambridge (later merged into the post of Norris–Hulse Professor of Divinity).
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The history of the extinction of paganism in the Roman Empire viewed in relation to the evidences of Christianity: Being the essay which obtained the Hulsean prize for 1851 by J.
The visit will end on Sunday at Great St Mary's Church, Cambridge, where he will preach the Hulsean Sermon before the Vice-Chancellor and University.
Archbishop to visit Diocese of Ely for launch of 900th anniversary celebrations
Bachelors, the Hulsean prize essay, and the Crosse University
Theological Tripos, the Burney Theological Essay Prize, the Carus Prize for Bachelors, the Crosse Divinity Scholarship, and the Hulsean Prize all fell to him between 1888 and 1893, and finally in 1896 he was elected to a Fellowship at Christ's, where he had already been
Hulsean lectures on "Christ the Desire of the Nations," dwells approvingly upon Augustine's well-known statement, that he had been turned from vice to an inspiring conception of God by reading the
Oriental Religions and Christianity A Course of Lectures Delivered on the Ely Foundation Before the Students of Union Theological Seminary, New York, 1891
In 1845 he obtained the Hulsean Prize for his essay _The Influence of Christianity in promoting the Abolition of Slavery in Europe_.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 1 "Austria, Lower" to "Bacon"
In 1875 Her Majesty was pleased to graciously appoint him one of her hon. chaplains, and in the same year he was appointed Hulsean Professor of Divinity.
 The varying opinions on this point have been fairly and clearly presented by Cheetham in his Hulsean lectures on the _Mysteries Pagan and Christian_.
The result has been recently stated by an eminent theologian, the Hulsean Professor of Divinity at the University of Cambridge.
A History of the warfare of Science with Theology in Christendom
Margaret Professor of Divinity and by the Hulsean lecturer for 1832.
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