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Two plus five equals seven

Alec Graham studies a new book on the sacraments which bridges traditions

Why Sacraments?
Andrew Davison
SPCK £12.99
(978-0-281-06392-5)
Church Times Bookshop £11.70 (Use code CT440 )

THIS is a remarkable and relatively short work. It deserves to be widely read by the clergy who administer the sacraments, and, indeed, by all who desire a feast for their minds which will help them to understand more deeply the meaning of these rites.

It is an example of inter-Anglican co-operation ...

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