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The Canterbury Book of Spiritual Quotations by William G.D. Sykes

The Canterbury Book of Spiritual Quotations


The Canterbury Book of Spiritual Quotations by William G.D. Sykes

This is a popular and affordable paperback edition of The Eternal Vision which contains 500 pages and thousands of quotes drawn from an incredibly wide range of sources including: the Bible, spiritual writing, literature, humour, the sayings of the witty and wise. This versatile collection will have many uses. Thematically arranged, it includes over 200 subjects from: Acceptance, Action, Adoration, Anxiety, Art, Aspirations, Awareness to Wholeness, Wisdom, Wonder, Work and Worship. In between is a feast of quotations on Contemplation, Friendship, Healing, Meditation and much more. This collection was developed at Oxford University over twenty years where the editor, a college chaplain, holds weekly reflection groups for students based on his still growing collection of quotations.

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WILLIAM SYKES is the Chaplain of University College, Oxford

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Publication date

28th September 2007


William G.D. Sykes

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Canterbury Press Norwich


496 pages


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