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Articles > 2012 > 9 November > Reviews > Book reviews >

A Primate worth his air fares

Fisher's Communion work is what stands out, says John Inge

Archbishop Fisher, 1945-1961: Church, state and world
Andrew Chandler and David Hein
Ashgate Publishing £19.99
Church Times Bookshop £18 (Use code CT703 )

GEOFFREY FISHER has not generally been highly esteemed as an Archbishop of Canterbury, having been overshadowed by both his remarkable predecessor William Temple, and his much loved and godly successor Michael Ramsey. Many wanted George ...

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