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"Songs by the Way:" The Poetical Writings of the Right Rev. George Washington Doane, arranged and edited by his son, William Croswell Doane (1860 edition). G.W. Doane (1799-1859) was a prolific poet and hymnographer; the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica notes that 'He belonged to the High Church party and was a brilliant controversialist.'
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Directorium Anglicanum; Being a Manual of Directions for the Right Celebration of the Holy Communion, For the Saying of Matins and Evensong, and for the Performance of Other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, according to Ancient Uses of the Church of England, edited by John Purchas (1858, first edition). This seminal work of the nineteenth-century ritualist movement is now available online, replete with scans of its numerous engravings.
UK Incorporated Association of Organists. Complete with links to any aspect of the instrument, 'the IAO encompasses the professional organist, church musician, amateur player, organ–builder, and music–lover.'
The Great Passion: An Introduction to Karl Barth's Theology, by Eberhard Busch, is reviewed in the Church Times by Graham Gould. 'To read this book is to immerse oneself in a theological world-view that is powerful and inspiring, now just as during the crises of the Nazi era. For readers who have a good general theological awareness, if not for novice students of theology, this can be commended as one of the best introductions to Barth available.'
Modern Theologians: An Introduction to Christian Theology Since 1918,
3rd edition, edited by David Ford and Rachel Muers, is reviewed by Simon
Oliver. 'This volume presents the reader with basic information, but also
demonstrates the dynamic practice of theology. It is to be warmly commended
as a fresh resource for anyone seeking a path into the breadth and rigours
of theological conversation today, and over the past one hundred years.'
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