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63) Isabel Rivers, who has studied the SPRK, noted that it was founded because the SPCK, founded in 1698, was hostile to dissenters and "ignored what they regarded as the essential doctrines of the gospel.
This also included dealing with ongoing litigation including 34 redundancy claims made by the shops ex-employees, and reaching an agreement with SPCK who believed that the trust had breached the terms of their agreement.
Northcott, A Political Theology of Climate Change (London: SPCK, 2014).
Wight and Marcus Borg, The Meaning of Jesus: Two Visions (London; SPCK, 1999), 31-35.
Although Austen did not attend the SPCK meeting, she mentions many of the listed names in her letters.
Walsh, Truth is Stranger Than It Used to Be (London: SPCK, 1995), 43.
Utilising the resources of the SPCK, the Bishop of London organised extra services for visitors during the exhibition and foreign language translations of the Book of Common Prayer.
God, Religion and Reality, SPCK, 1998), political philosophy (e.
Finding Hope and Meaning in Suffering, by Trystan Owain Hughes out now from SPCK Publishing, priced at pounds 6.
Saints and Heroes: Inspiring Politics, by Frank Field, is published by SPCK.
Johnson (London: SPCK, 2003) for the first volume and J.
PUBLISHED BY SPCK Publishing, London, UK, 2007, ISBN: 978-0281059270, Softcover, pp.
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