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Holy Gospel

A Single Text in Harmony

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The Holy Gospel: A Single Text in Harmony by Wilfred Dennis
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"The Holy Gospel - A single-text harmony" is a remarkable composite from the Gospel, which provides a single text form that covers all four Gospels accurately. Its aim is to provide a narrative form that brings a full account that can serve both piety and study. The presentation by 'episodes' provides readers with a framework that permits a sort of index system for exegetical appreciation and location of the events.

Author Biography

The Reverend Wilfred Dennis was born in 1935, Adelaide, South Australia and was educated at Black Forest Primary School, Pulteney Grammar, securing a Cathedral choir scholarship, and Adelaide High School. Later he progressed with undergraduate studies at Adelaide University in English and History. He then studied for the Anglican Priesthood at St. Frances College, Brisbane, where he was to be deaconed on 21 December 1960, and, then, priested on 21 December 1961. The Reverend Dennis has had various postings in the Dioceses of Brisbane and Adelaide with particular love of Parish work with some involvement in Chaplaincy ion Prison and Hospital. He is also the associate to Elmore Abbey in the United Kingdom. The Reverend Dennis has gloriously normal family life. His father was an Army Officer involved in Palestine during World War 2, his mother, devout example and source of myriad kin interests, his sister a Neuro-Physiologist, and brother a Virologist. The author's interests and hobbies are that of historical films and other aspects of history including buildings and furnishings. He is all steeped with musical experiences via Cathedral choir and church-work.
Release date Australia
April 15th, 2005
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Serendipity
Pages
272
Dimensions
165x220x25
ISBN-13
9781843941125
Product ID
1758385

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