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BARROW, ANDREW. - The Flesh is Weak. An Intimate History of the Church of England.

London: Hamish Hamilton, 1980. 0241102340. 1st ed. ".. 'The Flesh is Weak' passes lightly over the complexities of theology to concentrate on the human side of the church and its servants. It features an amazing parade of saints and sinners, bigots, martyrs, brilliant orators, famous bores, scoundrels, lunatics, selfless missionaries, hunting parsons, wordly bishops and many other remarkable men who have 'taken the cloth'.". Pp.9/254, 71b/w illustrations. Brown cloth, d/w edge wear and sunning to spine. VG/G+.
GBP 8.00 [Appr.: EURO 9 US$ 10.71 | JP¥ 1117] Booknumber: 10813

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