Here are Westcott's lectures on the Apostle's Creed, given at Peterborough in the summer of 1890.
Endorsements & Reviews-
"It was my object to show the direct bearing of the different articles of our Historic Faith upon our view of the world and of life. For this purpose the form of devotional instruction has many advantages. In this kind of teaching it is impossible to forget the practical issues of belief. The loftiest thoughts necessarily assume the character of motives or guides to action. There is no fear lest the Creed should appear to be merely a collection of propositions leading to certain intellectual consequences. It is felt to be the inspiration of duty. The facts of the Divine Life reach with a present force to all life: they reach to our life."
B. F. Westcott
B.F. Westcott (1825-1901) was Regius Professor of Divinity at Cambridge and later consecrated Bishop of Durham. He is regarded one of the most significant biblical scholars of the nineteenth century. Known primarily for his contribution to the Westcott-Hort Greek text of the New Testament, Westcott wrote a number of biblical commentaries and sermon collections.