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Alcuin

Alcuin:

His Life and Legacy

By Douglas Dales

An authoritative and ground-breaking biography of the 8th Century theologian and statesman Alcuin of York, revealing his importance for the period.

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ISBN: 9780227173466
£21.00

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The Doubled Life of Dietrich Bonhoeffer

The Doubled Life of Dietrich Bonhoeffer:

Women, Sexuality, and Nazi Germany

By Diane Reynolds

A biographical study of the great German theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer, drawing upon primary sources to analyse the role of the women in his life and his struggles with his sexuality.

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ISBN: 9780227176320
£35.00
Dunstan

Dunstan:

Saint and Statesman

By Douglas Dales

The first major biography of the 10th century churchman who was Archbishop of Canterbury for twenty-eight years. Dunstan's achievements are set against the social and religious background of the day.

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ISBN: 9780227173923
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ISBN: 9780227900819
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J. Armitage Robinson

J. Armitage Robinson:

Eccentric, Scholar and Churchman 1858–1933

By T.F. Taylor

The biography of a major British academic and cleric of the early 20th century, revealing his talent for controversy, his role in the reconciliation between the Anglican and Catholic Churches, and his wide-ranging interests and enthusiasms.

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ISBN: 9780227679135
£44.25
A Portrait of Richard Graves

A Portrait of Richard Graves

By Clarence Tracy

An engaging biography of the 18th century English novelist and country cleric, illustrating the close parallels between his life and his literary works and evoking a detailed picture of rural life in Georgian England.

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ISBN: 9780227678985
£39.00
The Web of Friendship

The Web of Friendship:

Nicholas Ferrar and Little Gidding

By Joyce Ransome

The story of the 17th Century clergyman Nicholas Ferrer, whose ministry became an example of community to his own and future generations, and who helped inspire the voluntarist tradition within the Church of England.

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ISBN: 9780227173480
£27.00

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ISBN: 9780227900901
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