RASHDALL, HASTINGS: Church of England; b. in London June 24, 1858. He was educated at New College, Oxford (B.A., 1881; M.A., 1884), and was ordered deacon in 1884 and ordained priest two years later. He was lecturer in St. David's College, Lampeter (1883-84), tutor in the University of Durham (1884-88), and fellow and lecturer of Hertford College, Oxford (1888-95). Since 1895 he has been fellow and tutor of New College, Oxford, and dean of divinity since 1903. He was chaplain and theological tutor at Balliol College, Oxford (1894-95), select preacher at Cambridge (1880-1901), and Oxford (1895-97), and preacher at Lincoln's Inn (1898-1903). In addition to contributing to Contentio Veritatis (London, 1902), he has written The Universities of Europe in the Middle Ages (2 vols., London, 1895); Doctrine and Development (university sermons; 1898); New College (in collaboration with R. S. Rait; 1901); Christus in Ecclesia (Edinburgh, 1904); The Theory of Good and Evil (1907); and Philosophy and Religion (Oxford, 1909).