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The Bishops Come To Lambeth
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The Bishops Come To Lambeth

By Dewi Morgan

This book is in good condition. The covers have quite a bit of wear on the front, back, edges, and spine. The book has a good deal of fraying, with soiled spots on the back. The pages are yellowing, but are clear of any markings. "In 1948 three hundred and twenty-nine Anglican bishops came to Lambeth. They came from every continent. They thought it worth while to set aside urgent demands in their own dioceses and momentarily to close full engagement diaries. Their visit was accorded a great deal of publicity and was, temporarily at least, a matter of national interest. The outcome of their deliberation has, sometimes imperceptibly, influenced subsequent world events...." - Chapter One from The Bishops Come To Lambeth

$10.00

The Parting of Friends: The Wilberforces and Henry Manning
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The Parting of Friends: The Wilberforces and Henry Manning

By David Newsome

This book is in very good condition. There is little wear on the front, back, spine, and edges of the coverboards. There is no bumping and minimal fraying on the coverboards. The previous owner has put her signed bookplate on the first blank page across from the inside coverboard. The pages are white and crisp except for the edges that are beginning to yellow, or tan. the pages are clear of any markings . " The children of William Wilberforce never knew their father as a young man. He was, after all, in his thirty-eighth year when in 1797 he married Barbara Ann Spooner, the eldest daughter of Isaac Spooner of Elm-den Hall, near Coventry, and had already become a national figure. He had been Member for Yorkshire for thirteen years. His youthful intimacy with William Pitt -- when they had played faro into the night at Brooks's and Goosetree's and paid court to Mrs Crewe and Mrs Siddons -- had years ago passed into a more sober, if no less affectionate, friendship; ever since, in fact, William had first felt the call of 'true' religion in the winter of 1784. He was already the acknowledged champion of the reformation of public manners and the abolition of the slave trade...." -Chapter One from The Parting Of Friends: The Wilberforces and Henry Manning

$49.73

Volume I - Involvement: Being a Responsible Christian in a Non-Christian Society, Volume II - Involvement: Social and Sexual Relationships in the Modern World
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Volume I - Involvement: Being a Responsible Christian in a Non-Christian Society, Volume II - Involvement: Social and Sexual Relationships in the Modern World

By John Stott

This multi-volume set is in good condition. There is some wear on the front, back, spine, and edges of the cover boards for both books. There is a minor bumping on the corners of both books. The pages are white, crisp and clear of any markings on both books. "One of the most notable features of the worldwide evangelical movement during the last ten to fifteen years has been the recovery of our temporarily mislaid social conscience. For approximately fifty years (c.1920-70) evangelicals were preoccupied with the task of defending the historic biblical faith against the attacks of liberalism, and reacting against its 'social gospel.' But now we are convinced that God has given us social as well as evangelistic responsibilities in his world. Yet the half-century of neglect has put us far behind in this area. We have a long way to catch up...." - Introduction from Volume I - Involvement: Being a Responsible Christian in a Non-Christian Society

$20.00

Anglican Essentials
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Anglican Essentials

By Geoge Egerton

"This is only the second time I have been asked to write a preference for a Canadian publication, and both have been in many places highly critical of the church in which I live and work. In the first case, the criticism was directed at the House of Bishops, a body of which I am the senior active member and president. In this case, criticism is directed at the Anglican Church of Canada more generally, but the same principle applies...." - Preface: Speaking The Truth In Love by The Most Reverend a Michael G. Peers, Primate Of All Canada from Anglican Essentials: Reclaiming Faith Within The Anglican Church Of Canada

$63.55

The Living Liturgy
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The Living Liturgy

By Massey Hamilton Shepherd, Jr.

This book is in very good condition. There is some wear on the front, back, spine and edges of the cover boards. The corners are bumped.The previous owners name and motto is written on the inside of the front cover board and on the front end page. The pages are yellowed and tanning. There are no markings on the pages. "The material in these pages, with the a few exceptions, Has appeared thenpast two years in a column in The Witness. My aim has been to point out and interpret some of the principal themes of our liturgical heritage and to suggest ways and means of making them more 'understanded of the people....'" - Preface from The Living Liturgy

$12.77

The Episcopal Church And Its Work
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The Episcopal Church And Its Work

By Powel Mills Dawley

This book is in good condition. There is some major wear to the spine of the dust jacket and the edges are torn. There is little to no wear on front, back, spine and edges of the cover boards and ther is bumping of the corners. the pages are yellowing but clear of any markings. "The purpose of this final volume in to provide an introduction to the heritage, character, and work of the Episcopal Church.While earlier volumes have dealt with the Holy Scriptures, Church history, the Church's faith and worship, and Christian living, it is in the context of the Episcopal Church that these central elements of the Christian tradition make their claims upon us. The series, therefore, appropriately concludes with a description of the nature and activity of the Episcopal Church...." - Preface from The Episcopal Church And Its Work

$8.55

Prayers Thanksgivings and Litanies
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Prayers Thanksgivings and Litanies

By Standing Liturgical Commission of the Episcopal Church

This book is in good condition. There is wear on the front, back, spine and edges of the cover boards. There is a stain on the back cover board.. The corners are bumped.The previous owner has written his name on the inside of the front cover board. The pages are yellowing but clear of any markings. "The following collection of prayers has grown out of the work pot the Standing Liturgical Commission over a period of more than ten years. Three different drafting committees have been involved, and the opinions of a score of consultants have been embodied in this work. Already, even the newest prayers in the collection Have been subjected to the beginning of that process of loving wear which makes them common prayer. The publication of this Study invites the process to continue on a wider scale. If some of the new prayers in this anthology are finally included in a future Book of Common Prayer, they should be well broken in...." - Introduction from Prayers Thanksgivings and Litanies

$5.25

Why I Am An Episcopalian
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Why I Am An Episcopalian

By John McGill Krumm

This book is in good condition. There is some wear on the front, back, edges, and spine of the cover boards. There is minimal bumping and fraying on the cover boards. The previous owner has signed the front inside cover board. The pages are yellowing and tanning, but the pages are clear of any markings. "It is not too far from the truth to say that I am an Episcopalian because I was bribed into being one! It was a persuasive proposition put to me by my friend down the street who had joined the ranks of a newly launched boys' choir in the Episcopal Church in the California town where I lived. I was twelve years old, and the choir needed recruits. Whether my friend was authorized to put the matter to me in just the way he did I now have some doubt. His method was nevertheless successful - indeed. far beyond his expectations. The choir was due to make its debut on Christmas Eve. Then as a reward for the long weeks of preparation and rehearsal its members were to be taken shortly after Christmas for a visit to San Francisco, some four hundred miles away, for a glamorous visit to Chinatown and kindred delights. What could be simpler, my friend insisted, than to spend a few weeks practicing hymns and anthems, join the Christmas debut and the subsequent San Francisco excursion and then shake the dust of the Episcopal Church off my feet as soon as afterwards as decency would permit?..." - Chapter One from Why I Am An Episcopalian

$3.50