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Reflected Glory Paperback – July 1, 1977.
Reflected Glory Paperback – July 1, 1977. by Thomas A. Smail (Author).
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Thomas Allan Smail (6 February 1928– 15 February 2012) was a leading Scottish theologian in the charismatic movement in the United Kingdom. Smail studied under Karl Barth, and in 1953 he was ordained to the Presbyterian ministry in the Church of Scotland. From 1968 to 1972, he served in the Presbyterian Church of Ireland, and then on the Roll of Ministers of the United Reformed Church In 1979, he became a Church of England priest.
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Reflected Glory - Sally Bedell Smith. Praise for Reflected Glory. A treasure trove of scrupulous reporting, delicious details and elegant writing, presenting the fullest portrait of Harriman to date. Karen Heller, The Philadelphia Inquirer.
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Thomas Allan Smail was a leading Scottish theologian in the charismatic movement in the United Kingdom. 05424/?tag prabook0b-20. In The Giving Gift, Smail proposed a revision to the so-called "filioque clause" in the Nicene Creed.