The prestigious Gifford Lectures have been delivered annually since 1888 by a succession of distinguished international scholars.
The Gifford Lectureships (held at the Universities of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and St. Andrews) were established under the will of Adam Lord Gifford (1820-1887), a Senator of the College of Justice at the University of Edinburgh.
Established to 'promote and diffuse the study of Natural Theology in the widest sense of the term - in other words, the knowledge of God,' the Lectureships have enabled a most notable field of scholars to contribute to the advancement of theological thought.
Gifford Lectureships are normally awarded by invitation of the Gifford Lectureship Committee.
The Gifford Lectureship Committee welcomes further discussion around the themes of Professor Waldron's Series in a new blog.
Dr Alexander Forsyth, Hope Trust Post-doctoral Research Fellow at New College, University of Edinburgh, will share his reflections on themes arising from the series and will invite your comments and contributions.
You can find on this website details of past Gifford Lectures which took place as early as the 1999-2000 academic year.
At best, the archives contain a biography of each speaker, a lecture abstract, and a full video recording of the lecture.
This article was published on Dec 3, 2014