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Archbishop Stuart Blanch: A Life epub

by Dick Williams


Archbishop Stuart Blanch: A Life epub

ISBN: 0281054126

ISBN13: 978-0281054121

Author: Dick Williams

Category: Memoris

Language: English

Publisher: SPCK Publishing (October 19, 2001)

Pages: 192 pages

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Liverpool (1966-75) and Archbishop of York (1975-83).

The life of Stuart Blanch (1918-1994) may be seen as an illustration of English Christianity during the turbulent post-WWI years of the twentieth century. Liverpool (1966-75) and Archbishop of York (1975-83).

Stuart Yarworth Blanch, Baron Blanch, PC (2 February 1918 – 3 June 1994) was an Anglican priest, bishop and archbishop. Little interested in religion in his youth, he became a committed Christian at the age of 21, while serving in the Royal Air Force during the Second World War. He was ordained as a priest in 1949, and spent three years as a curate and five years as a vicar in and around Oxford where he had studied for the priesthood.

He broadcasts regularly on Radio 2's Pause for Thought and on Radio 4 and has written several books, including The Gospels in Scouse with Frank Shaw (Gear Press, 1967), and Prayers for Today's Church (Kingsway, 1993). He lives in Liverpool. He was well known as a lecturer and published ten books, most of them scholarly and theological.

Stuart Yarworth Blanch, British archbishop. Served as navigator Royal Air Force, 1940-1946. Honorary fellow Saint Catherine"s College, Oxford, 1975, Saint Peter"s College, Oxford, 1983; Member Royal Commonwealth Society. Warden Rochester Theological College, 1960-1966. Bishop of Liverpool, 1966-1975. Archbishop of York, 1975-1983. Prochancellor Hull University, 1975-1983, York University, 1977-1983. Member House of Lords, since 1972.

Archbishop William Goh, Singapore. Church of Saint Anthony (Singapore).

Books published by Blanch were: Notes.

While Bishop of Liverpool, Blanch had numerous invitations to give lectures, as far afield as Alabama and Bermuda Archbishop. Of his years as Archbishop, Williams writes, "A superb pastor, he presided over a happy diocese and travelled widely in his province. No lover of bureaucracy, he was described as the most unecclesiastical of archbishops. Books published by Blanch were: Notes.

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The life of Stuart Blanch (1918-1994) may be seen as an illustration of English Christianity during the turbulent post-WWI years of the twentieth century

The life of Stuart Blanch (1918-1994) may be seen as an illustration of English Christianity during the turbulent post-WWI years of the twentieth century. This vividly told story describes the idyll of his early years on a Gloucestershire farm which ended in tragedy; his coming to faith during service in the RAF in India; the post-war years of ministry, teaching, writing, travelling and speaking, as vice-principal of Wycliffe Hall, Oxford (1957-60), warden of Rochester Theological College (1960-66), Bishop of. Liverpool (1966-75) and Archbishop of York (1975-83)

The life of Stuart Blanch (1918-1994) may be seen as an illustration of English Christianity during the turbulent post-WWI years of the twentieth century. This vividly told story describes the idyll of his early years on a Gloucestershire farm which ended in tragedy; his coming to faith during service in the RAF in India; the post-war years of ministry, teaching, writing, travelling and speaking, as vice-principal of Wycliffe Hall, Oxford (1957-60), warden of Rochester Theological College (1960-66), Bishop of Liverpool (1966-75) and Archbishop of York (1975-83).