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|Named Person:||David Thomas|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jeffrey Gainer; Andrew Holmes; John Boneham; Philip Wyn What were the nonjurors trying to do? an outline of the background to The Holy Liturgy in Thomas Deacon's A Compleat Collection of Devotions Davies; Luke Irvine-Capel; Serenhedd James; Andrew Jones; Peter Russell Jones; Martin Williams
|Description:||143 p. ; 21 cm.|
|Contents:||Bishop David Thomas - a tribute --
The Oxford Movement without Newman : ritualism, auricular confession and the revival of religious communities, 1845-1890 / John Boneham --
What were the nonjurors trying to do? an outline of the background to "The Holy Liturgy" in Thomas Deacon's "A Compleat collection of devotions" / Philip Wyn Davies --
Brother and sister: some links between Brittany and Wales / Jeffrey Gainer --
Anglican theology and the monastic tradition / Luke Irvine-Capel --
Nicholas Wiseman, "Papal aggression", "no popery!" and the ecclesiastical titles bill / Serenhedd James --
The priest and psychotherapy: some reflections on the use of psychological knowledge in parish ministry / Andrew Jones --
Henry Parry Liddon's Bampton Lectures on the divinity of our Lord / Pete Russell Jones --
Two mysterious men : the Shakespeare of The Taming of the Shrew and Fr. Augustine Baker on humility and obedience / Martin Williams.
|Responsibility:||edited by Jeffrey Gainer and Andrew Holmes.|