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Pattern and prayer

James Steven in the last in his series on the Our Father

John Bunyan was one of a good number of English Christians for whom the restoration of the monarchy in 1660 spelled trouble. The Dissenters of the mid-17th century believed in a freedom of religious expression which inevitably brought them into conflict with the monarch and the Church of England. In Bunyan's case, his repeated practice of preaching without a licence led to imprisonment.

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The mother of English prose

The mother of English prose

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What the Church needs is a new Reformation

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