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eBook Mervyn Stockwood: A Lonely Life ePub

by Michael De-la-Noy

  • ISBN: 0264674103
  • Category: Leaders and Notable People
  • Subcategory: Biography
  • Author: Michael De-la-Noy
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Mowbray; 1St Edition edition (September 26, 1996)
  • Pages: 288
  • ePub book: 1693 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1929 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
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Mervyn Stockwood: A Lonely Life Paperback – September, 1997. Michael De La Noy, the biographer of the late Dr. Michael Ramsey, has once again taken on the task of telling us the story of a towering figure in the Church of England

Mervyn Stockwood: A Lonely Life Paperback – September, 1997. by Michael de-La-Noy (Author). Michael Ramsey, has once again taken on the task of telling us the story of a towering figure in the Church of England. His portrait of Dr. Stockwood is one which is enlightening, ecouraging and troubling all at once. The text is an easy and pleasant read and covers in quite good detail the life and ministry of this intensely interesting Bishop.

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Mervyn Stockwood : a lonely life. Mervyn Stockwood : a lonely life. De-la-Noy, Michael, 1934-2002. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Stockwood, Mervyn, Church of England - Bishops - Biography, Bishops, Church of England. London ; New York : Mowbray. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by station42. cebu on December 28, 2019. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

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An appraisal of Mervyn Stockwood's life, which reveals a man of widely contrasting characteristics; socialist, innovator and enabler, Stockwood was responsible for the Southwark Ordination Course, and created controversy when he supported John Robinson

An appraisal of Mervyn Stockwood's life, which reveals a man of widely contrasting characteristics; socialist, innovator and enabler, Stockwood was responsible for the Southwark Ordination Course, and created controversy when he supported John Robinson. This book examines his life and work.

Mervyn Stockwood was certainly the most colourful and controversial diocesan bishop of his generation and, considering his contradictory character, probably one of the most popular and successful. Mervyn Stockwood was certainly the most colourful and controversial diocesan bishop of his generation and, considering his contradictory character, probably one of the most popular and successful.

Mervyn Stockwood was the most controversial diocesan bishop of his generation. An innovator and enabler, he encouraged far-reaching experiments in Southwark, London, and recruited the most able and energetic clergy ever to enliven a cathedral chapter

Mervyn Stockwood was the most controversial diocesan bishop of his generation. An innovator and enabler, he encouraged far-reaching experiments in Southwark, London, and recruited the most able and energetic clergy ever to enliven a cathedral chapter. Through a barrage of criticism he supported John Robinson when he published Honest to God; he put into operation the Southwark Ordination Course, which became a blueprint for the the Church of England; he chose as his suffragens men like David Sheppard and Hugh Montefiore, who went on to become household names as diocesan bishops.

Mervyn Stockwood was the most controversial diocesan bishop of his generation. An innovator and enabler, he encouraged far-reaching experiments in Southwark, and recruited the most able and energetic clergy ever to enliven a cathedral chapter. Through a barrage of criticism he supported John Robinson when he published Honest to God; he put into operation the Southwark Ordination Course, which became a blueprint for the Church of England; he chose as his suffragans men like David Sheppard and Hugh Montefiore, who went on to become household names as diocesan bishops. A socialist, he was appointed by a Tory prime minister, an Anglo-Catholic by upbringing, he was a friend and supporter of evangelical missioners like Billy Graham and Bryan Green.