The Babylon Contingency: Archaeology at its most dangerous - eBook
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Vendor: Lion Fiction
Publication Date: 2014
Edward Hicks was the Bishop of Lincoln during the First World War a cleric who had condemned the war but had to watch his sons go off to fight one not to return. He keep detailed diaries full of often indiscreet comments and through them we see a man wrestling with his own conscience and beliefs, in a very public role. He was also a strong supporter of votes for women highly unusual at that time and a supporter of teetotalism, again, an unusual stance for a C of E dignatory. This book will be a fascinating glimpse into the impact the War had on those who waited at home, and tried to hold onto their humanity.
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