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Sir George Trevelyan: And the New Spiritual Awakening Paperback – 26 Sep 2002
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'Wonderfully evocative ... Frances Farrer makes George come alive in these pages with the quality of her writing and felicity of expression, which means that the book can be enjoyed for its own sake even by those less interested in its main subject matter. An absorbing and entertaining account of a remarkable life.' -- David Lorimer, Scientific and Medical Network Review 'Takes the reader step by step through the life of this giant among men ... through its pages the reader learns more about Sir George's deep wisdom, humour, spiritual power and kindness. By the end of the book, one cannot fail to be touched and inspired.' -- Elizabeth Medler, New Vision 'A thorough and lovingly written biography.' -- Cerridwen Connelly, Pentacle, May 2003 'This book records, with adequate fullness, some of the mercurial personality that was Sir George Trevelyan. I commend it to you all.' -- Geoffrey Beard, Attingham Society Newsletter, June 2003
About the Author
Frances Farrer is a writer, journalist and broadcaster. She has written for most British broadsheets and has been published widely on educational subjects.
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The two won't mix. Egypt's magicians could replicate some plagues but admitted Moses' God was greater.
The 1st ref to the New age was in the Garden of Eden - "You shall be as gods"
The Bible gives warnings against such practices which destroyed king Manasseh.
New Agers are lovely people but are sadly seeking in the wrong places.
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