Turning to the Light: Reflections on Advent, Christmas and Epiphany
Turning to the Light: Reflections on Advent, Christmas and Epiphany  -     Edited By: Joel W. Huffstetler
    By: Michael Mayne
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Turning to the Light draws together a collection of profound and beautiful seasonal reflections from the beginning of Advent to the end of Epiphany, by one of the finest voices in Anglican spirituality. Michael Mayne was one of Anglicanism's most compelling and attractive voices, a gifted preacher and writer whose works have remained popular. These unpublished writings come from a large archive and are offered as an inspirational resource for preaching at a time of the year when many preachers seek fresh ways of opening up familiar texts. They are also suitable for individual devotional reading. Rowan Williams provides a forward to the collection.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 128
Vendor: Canterbury Press Norwich
Publication Date: 2017
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.38 (inches)
ISBN: 1848259808
ISBN-13: 9781848259805

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Responding to the Light draws together a collection of profound and beautiful seasonal reflections from the beginning of Advent to the end of Epiphany, by one of the finest voices in Anglican spirituality.

Michael Mayne was one of Anglicanism's most compelling and attractive voices, a gifted preacher and writer whose works have remained popular. These unpublished writings come from a large archive and are offered as an inspirational resource for preaching at a time of the year when many preachers seek fresh ways of opening up familiar texts. They are also suitable for individual devotional reading. Mark Oakley provides a forward to the collection.

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Michael Mayne remains one of the Church of England's most gifted and influential voices a decade after his death. Previously Head of Religious Broadcasting at the BBC, he served as Dean of Westminster Abbey until his retirement. Joel Huffstetler is a priest in the Episcopal Church of North America and curator of the Michael Mayne archive.

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Michael Mayne remains one of the Church of England's most gifted and influential voices a decade after his death. Previously Head of Religious Broadcasting at the BBC, he served as Dean of Westminster Abbey until his retirement. Joel Huffstetler is a priest in the Episcopal Church of North America and curator of the Michael Mayne archive. Rowan Williams was the 104th Archbishop of Canterbury and is now Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge.

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