Another Look at St John's Gospel
Gracewing Publishing, 2006 - 88 páginas
This popular companion to St John's Gospel is now available again. It provides a clear path through modern biblical scholarship. Ivan Clutterbuck has a real gift imn making accessible matters that can often seem complex and daunting for the ordinary laity. The book is an ideal companion for all those wishing to deepen their knowledge and understanding of this important witness to Our Lord's life. Another Look at St Johns's Gospel will be equally invaluable to individuals seeking resources to help in their private study and devotion, to parish study groups and to teachers looking for firm guidance for their classroom work. Ivan Clutterbuck has been a priest of the Church of England for over sixty years. He read Classics and Theology at Cambridge University. He has served as both an army and a naval chaplain, has taught in several public schools, and was Director of Religious Studies at Roedean School. From 1966 -74 he was Organising Secretary of the Church Union. He has also published with Gracewing Marginal Catholics, a history of the Anglo-Catholic Movement in the Church of England, The Church in Miniature, an analysis of faith and order in contemporary Anglicanism, and a companion volume on the Gospels, According to Luke.
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