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The Descent of the Dove

Charles Williams

The Descent of the Dove

Charles Williams

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"The Descent of the Dove" is an unconventional study of the Church as governed by the activity of the Holy Spirit in history. It the most significant of Williams' theological writings. (Christian)

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"The Descent of the Dove" is an unconventional study of the Church as governed by the activity of the Holy Spirit in history. It the most significant of Williams' theological writings. (Christian)
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Charles Williams

Charles Williams (1886-1945) was an English writer who is best remembered for his works of Christian speculative and fantastical fiction, in which the contemporary world of everyday experience becomes open to encounters with the uncanny and the supernatural. Williams was also an accomplished poet, playwright, literary critic, and theologian. He was a key member of the circle of Oxford academics known as 'The Inklings', which included C S Lewis and J R R Tolkien. Williams' work was received enthusiastically by T S Eliot and W H Auden, but probably his greatest admirer was Lewis, upon whom he had a significant influence. Williams married his sweetheart Florence Conway in 1917, and they had one son, Michael. Williams was a devoted member of the Church of England, with a particular regard for doubters, whom he believed were an essential part of any church body.

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  • Catalogue Code 292814
  • Product Code 9781573832076
  • ISBN 1573832073
  • EAN 9781573832076
  • Pages 256
  • Department Academic
  • Category History
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Regent College Bookstore
  • Publication Date Apr 2001
  • Sales Rank #77041
  • Dimensions 218 x 143 x 17 mm
  • Weight 0.331kg

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