Fri 21 Nov 2014 @ 11:38
Reviewed in today's @ChurchTimes: Tudors, inter-faith and sacred spaces... http://t.co/rF2j1YRGwJ http://t.co/r8lO4erk7z
Author(s): Eamon Duffy, Diarmaid MacCulloch, Pauline Croft
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"In helping to create a sense of common ownership of history, the book gives a strong foundation for future co-operation." PUBLISHING NEWS, November 2004
"The essays are scholarly and at the same time readable and accessible. (...) Peter Lake gives a masterly account of the significance of Richard Hooker. Gerald Noel examines ARCIC and other aspects of ecumenical developments in recent decades. Those who wish to deepen their awareness of the development of Anglicanism in the context of Western Christendom, particularly in relation to Roman Catholic Church, willl gain much from this book." Gordon Geddes, THE READER, winter 2004.
"This book is worth much study and prayer. It should find a placed on the shelves of all those caught up in the history of Anglicanism." Peter Atkins, Auckland, New Zealand, Reviews in Religion and Theology, Vol 11 issue 4, September 2004.
STEPHEN PLATTEN is Dean of Norwich. EAMON DUFFY is a renowned author and church historian based at Cambridge University. DIARMAID MacCULLOCH is part of the Faculty of Theology in the University of Oxford. PETER LAKE of Princeton, New Jersey. JUDITH MALTBY is based at Corpus Christi College, Oxford.