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The Lindisfarne Gospels

Ray Simpson
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The English Church and Our Multicultural World
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Celebrations to mark the 1300th anniversary of ‘the book that made Britain’ (The Sunday Times) have brought fresh interest to the Lindisfarne Gospels which contain the earliest surviving translation of the Gospels into the English language. In this book, Ray Simpson navigates through various traditions – Irish, Pictish, Saxon, Roman, Coptic and Byzantine, weaving together the story and significance of the Lindisfarne Gospels with contemporary user-friendly reflections and resources. His unique insights offer an approach to our multicultural world, and churches will value the new liturgical material that celebrates the Gospels and the distinctive national Church they helped to birth.

We must surely expect to find among churches Caribbean bands and African chant, Byzantine iconography and Muslim-style prayer, western pop music . . . We must not despise or distance these different expressions; rather, like the Lindisfarne Gospels,
we must weave them together in a glorious and attractive tapestry.’~ Ray Simpson

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Product Code 1501371
Product Name The Lindisfarne Gospels
Short Description The English Church and Our Multicultural World
Author Ray Simpson
Barcode 9781848675476
Pages 144 pages
Date Published 28 Feb 2013
ISBN 9781848675476
Lead Time Approx. 3 weeks (if out of stock)
Pack Size 1
Size 148mm x 210mm
Cover Paperback
Manufacturer Kevin Mayhew
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Ray Simpson


Ray Simpson’s daily prayer tweet @praycelticdaily profiles him as A Celtic New Monastic for Tomorrow’s World. He is the Founding Guardian of the international Community of Aidan and Hilda (a dispersed inter-church movement which is also an Acknowledged Anglican Community).

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