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— по аналогии с Southampton.
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BritCD: Bampton, John (b. 1690?--d. June 2, 1751), English clergyman who gave
his name to one of Protestant Christendom's most distinguished lectureships,
the Bampton lectures at Oxford
Bampton studied at Trinity College, Oxford, and was a prebendary of
Salisbury Cathedral from 1718 until his death. The Bampton lectures were established in accordance with his will. They
consist of eight lecture-sermons preached on Sunday mornings between the
beginning of the last month in Lent term and the third week in Act term, upon
specified topics of Christian doctrine. The lecturer is chosen by the heads of
colleges during Easter term. Since 1895 the Bampton lectures have been given every other year.
Also supported by the Bampton fund are the "Sarum
lectures," which were established to enable other than Anglican
theologians to lecture.
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