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Mon 25 Mar 2019 @ 21:39
RT @ShifnalvicarA new Stations of the Cross - either traditional or biblical versions. From Canterbury Press. @LichfieldCath… https://t.co/dCzX3DJYlA
Author(s): Douglas Dales
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Douglas Dales is Chaplain and Head of Religious Studies at Marlborough College in Wiltshire. He met Michael Ramsey when he was a student at Cuddesdon and they remained close friends until the Archbishop's death.
"This is that rare book: learned yet deftly and lovingly explained, simple yet deep. I feel the better for being in its presence: as if I had completed a Summer School with a teacher who makes God real and Anglican theololy attractively wholesome. And to make God real for someone, according to Ramsey, is to be a saint. (...) Ramsey always gets me thinking about God in Christ in new ways - with wonder and fresh h ope. Dales has found much treasure." Jeremy Harvey, FRANCISCAN vol 17 No.2, May 2005.
"This is an important book for priests an laity, and we must be grateful for the quiet scholarship which makes it accessible, arguably when it has never been more urgently needed. It brings us the thought of a man who - though in his self-effacing way he would have dismissed the term - is increasingly recognized as an Anglican saint of the twentieth century." Esther de Waal, Pontrilas, Theology, November/December 2005.