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THE DOCTRINE OF FAITH
THE HOLY TRINITY,
READ IN THE
DIVINITY SCHOOL, OXFORD, JUNE the 4th, 1840.
Rev. CHARLES BROOKSBANK, M.A.
“ Keep that which is committed to thy trust, avoiding profane and vain
The late Mrs. ELIZABETH DENNIS DENYER, by her last will, bequeathed a sum of money to the Chancellor, Masters, and Scholars of the University of Oxford, in order to found Two Prizes of Thirty Pounds each, for the two best Discourses in English on certain Theological subjects.
By a decree of the High Court of Chancery, the dividends are paid in equal moieties to two members of the University, for two several Prize Dissertations in English, on two subjects to be selected yearly, and the Prizes in respect of such Dissertations to be adjudged by the Vice-Chancellor, the two Divinity Professors, and the two Proctors for the time being, The persons entitled to write for the Prizes to be in Deacon's Orders at least, and, on the last day appointed for the delivery of the compositions to the Registrar of the University, to have entered on the eighth, and not exceeded the tenth year from their matriculation.
1836. On the Doctrine of Faith in the Holy Trinity.-H. William Wilberforce,
James Stephens, M.A., St. John's. 1837. On the Divinity of our Blessed Lord" and Saviour Jesus Christ. William
Wellwood Stoddart, M.A., Fellow of St. John's.
Henry Constantine Brooksbank, M.A., Wadham. 1838. On the Divinity of the Holy Ghost.—Robert Scott, M.A., Fellow of
Eternal Happiness of Mankind.-- Thomas William Allies, M.A.,
Fellow of Wadham. 1839. On the Justification of Man before God only by Christ, proving also that
true Faith must be accompanied with good Works.John Wilson,
M.A., Fellow of Corpus Christi.
England, and that they only, are necessary to be retained.-(Not
Oxford University Calendar.
The Doctrine of the Trinity in Unity stated according
to the Articles, Creeds, &c., of the Church of Eng-
The Doctrine of the Trinity set forth in the Articles, Creeds, &c. of the
Church of England, taught by the Fathers in all ages.-The Antenicenes