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February 05, 2010


Jason Goroncy

Jim, I love the way you use this blog to keep alive some of these great late-nineteenth-early-twentieth-century saints. But there's at least one additional book to add to your list, a wonderful little study by some Gordon fella on a better-known saint. The book? 'James Denney: An Intellectual and Contextual Biography'. It's still in print too.

ang almond

I remember driving past the Dick Sheppard Girls School in South London about 20 years ago, and my father suddenly looked out of the car window and said "Dick Sheppard - now HE was a good man"
You have rekindled my interest in him - thanks!

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