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George Eldon Ladd, Jesus and the Kingdom: The Eschatology of Biblical Realism (London: SPCK, 1966), 141.
Wright, Evil and the Justice of God (London: SPCK, 2006), 27-8.
Half a guinea to the SPCK may be compared with her Southampton expenditure that year of 1 [pounds sterling] 2s.
60) The turn inward of the old SPCK after the 1740s, for example, encouraged Protestants abroad who had been the objects of attention to develop their own resources as the society "placed itself firmly in England and hardly concerned itself with the world beyond Calais.
Rowley, Worship in Ancient Israel: Its Forms and Meaning (London: SPCK, 1967).
Robert Campbell, a noted supporter of the London Missionary Society and the SPCK, among other organisations, married an Anglican and gave generous donations of land and money to several churches before becoming an Anglican in 1845.
Lambeth Palace A History of the Archbishops of Canterbury and Their Houses By Tim Tatton-Brown SPCK, 116 pages, hardcover $43.
9) "Agreed Statement on Eucharistic Doctrine," Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission: The Final Report (London: SPCK, 1982) [section] 12.
39) ARCIC, The Final Report (London: SPCK, 1982) 64.
When Chandler joined Traidcraft as chief executive in 2001 from Christian book publisher SPCK, he says there were around 100 products with the Fairtrade mark, 60 of which were offered by Traidcraft.
1: SPCK, the Danish-Halle Mission, and Anglican Episcopacy in India (1706-1843); vol.
Finding Hope and Meaning in Suffering, by Trystan Owain Hughes, is published by SPCK Publishing, priced at pounds 9.
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