Congregational Lectures a series of lectures delivered in London by Congregational ministers of Great Britain from year to year. The following courses have been published: 1833, Christian Ethics, by Rev. Ralph Wardlaw, D.D.; 1834, The Causes of the Corruption of Christianity, by Rev. Robert Vaughan, D.D.; 1835, The Christian Atonement, by Rev. Joseph Gilbert; 1836, Divine Inspiration, by Rev. Ebenezer Henderson, D.D.; 1837, Holy Scripture Verified, by Rev. George Redford, D.D., LL.D.; 1839, Revelation and Geology, by Rev. John Pye Smith, D.D., LL.D., etc.; 1840, The Connection and Doctrinal Harmonyof the Old and New Testaments, by Rev. William Lindsay Alexander, D.D.; 1841, The Theology of the early Christian Church, by Rev. James Bennett, D.D.; 1843, The Existence and Agency of Evil Spirits, by Rev. Walter Scott; 1844, The Sacraments (Part I, Baptism), by Rev. Robert Halley, D.D.; 1845, The Doctrine of Original Sin, by Rev. George Payne, LL.D.; 1847, The Revealed Doctrine of Rewards and Punishments, by Rev. Richard Winter Hamilton, D.D., LL.D.; 1848, The Ecclesiastical Polity of the New Testament unfolded, by Rev. Samuel Davidson, LL.D.; 1849, The Work of the Holy Spirit, by Rev. William Hendry Stowell, D.D.; 1850, The Sacraments (Part II, the Lord's Supper), by Rev. Robert Halley, D.D.; 1853, Psychology and Theology, by Rev. Richard Alliott, LL.D.; 1855, Ages of Christendom before the Reformation, by Rev. John Stoughton; 1858, Christian Faith, by Rev. John H. Godwin; 1860, The Divine Covenants, their Nature and Design, by Rev. John Kelly. The course has since been temporarily suspended.