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Literary squire and parson

Adrian Leak considers the author of 'Onward, Christian soldiers'

Sabine Baring-Gould (1834-1924) was born into a West Country family who had held the manor and patronage of Lew Trenchard in Devon for many generations. Known now chiefly as the author of the hymn "Onward, Christian soldiers", he was in his time a widely read author on church history, theology, folklore, archaeology, and hymns. His Lives of the Saints ran to 15 volumes, and he wrote 40 novels. Nevertheless, he regarded his principal work as that of priest and pastor, ...

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Rehabilitating the ‘D’ word

Rehabilitating the ‘D’ word

‘Discipleship’ has been much maligned of late. In a new book, Rowan Williams explains why it’s important, and what it involves  Subscribe to read more

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Embodying love and hope

Health-care chaplains are called to represent values from a place of vulnerability and equality, argues Jeremy Pemberton  Read More

Wed 24 Aug 16 @ 8:47
RT @matthewcashmore@OurCofE would you mind retweeting to help with my dissertation please? I'm at Ripon College Cuddesdon. https://t.co/4s7IvzzaHx

Tue 23 Aug 16 @ 9:39
Health-care chaplains are called to serve from a place of vulnerability & equality, argues @canonjpemberton https://t.co/IERXgigkPm