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Helpful votes received on reviews: 86% (12 of 14)
Location: Bensheim, Hessen, Deutschland
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Lehrer und begeisterter Großbritannien-Fan

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Musik (LIBERA!), lesen, Englisch und Großbritannien, mein Hund
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 306,985 - Total Helpful Votes: 12 of 14
Rules for Reverends by Jeremy Fletcher
Rules for Reverends by Jeremy Fletcher
5.0 out of 5 stars Nobody told you that!, 3 Feb 2014
You are starting a career as a reverend? You have learned for years how to preach, how to worship, how to pray? Well done - but nobody has ever told you what Jeremy Fletcher describes. Forget all you have ever learned about your profession! It will not help you in any way. Or has anybody told you how to treat the flower arrangers? Has anybody told you how to treat deans and bishops? Fletcher will do - and this will be important for your profession. Your parish will forget your worst worship, but flower arrangers will never forget your criticism!
You can believe me - I also know, like Fletcher, what I'm talking about!
What Anglicans Believe: An Introduction by Samuel Wells
5.0 out of 5 stars More than expected, 3 Feb 2014
You want to know something about anglicanism? Whether you are Anglican or not - here you will find all you need for the first look at the believe of the Anglican Communion. Of course, you will find books with more pages, more details, more historical explanations. But do you want this or do you only want to have a short survey?
If you want so, this book will tell you all you want to know. Samuel Wells will help you to understand the differences between anglicanism and other kinds of believe; but he will slao help you to seee and understand the common believe of all Christian believers.
This book is really a good start!
History of the Church in England by J. R. H. Moorman
History of the Church in England by J. R. H. Moorman
Teaching Religious Education at a secondary education school in Germany I had been looking for a book that shows the differences in Christian developement in Europe, especially since the time of Reformation. Moorman's "History of the Church in England" is very helpful and useful, easy to read (even for German pupils)and easy to understand. In my opinion it is a book that shows the great lines of the Christian Churches' developement, according to personal faith as also to political necessities. Moorman shows that faith is always not only a personal affair, but also depending on the political, cultural, social and even economical circumstanzes of the certain time. Of course you may swim… Read more