Life And Work Of A Priest Paperback
by John Pritchard;
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Life And Work Of A Priest
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This book pays homage to Robert Martineauís The Office and Work of a Priest, published in 1972, and much valued as a wise account of the duties of a priest at that time.
Life And Work Of A Priest by John Pritchard was published by SPCK in June 2007 and is our 15711th best seller. The ISBN for Life And Work Of A Priest is 9780281057481.
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The Life and Work of a PriestIan Gibson, via The Good Book Stall
The Church of England needed a book for those who were thinking about ordained priesthood; we have, for many years depended on the wonderful writings of Robert Martineau and Michael Ramsay, which were the set books for ministerial commitment. Now, John Pritchard has produced this wonderful volume which must become the set book for ordinands. The content is refreshingly sane and intelligent; the experience shines through from the author, both as priest, Bishop and theological teacher. This is perceived as a handbook maybe, a comfort probably; but well worth reading and not just by prospective ordinands but by the whole parish structure, to prepare them for what is expected of a Parish priest in the modern world. The cartoons by Ron are wonderful and the writing clear and connected to reality; do read it and keep the content in mind for all those who are preparing for ministry.
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Details for Life And Work Of A Priest
|Page last updated||22nd October 2015|
|Author / Artist||John Pritchard|
|Publisher||SPCK (June 2007)|
|Number of Pages||160|