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Clergymen Of The Church Of England

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Clergymen Of The Church Of England by Anthony Trollope provides a fascinating look into the lives of the clergy in England during the Victorian era. Trollope's keen insights and vivid descriptions bring to life the challenges and triumphs of these dedicated men of the cloth.

The book offers a wide range of characters, each facing their own trials and tribulations, from personal struggles to conflicts within their congregations. Trollope does a wonderful job of portraying the complexities of their roles and the weight of their responsibilities.

Overall, Clergymen Of The Church Of England is a thought-provoking and engaging read that sheds light on a lesser-known aspect of Victorian society. Trollope's masterful storytelling and rich character development make this a must-read for anyone interested in the history of the Church of England.

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This 1866 book was published in a time of great change in the Church of England. Trollope began as a High Church adherent and then worked his way to a Broad Church stance, a theological liberalism . This book deals with a crisis of faith and a crisis of structural form in the Victorian Church of England. It possesses all the interesting attributes of the novelist’s style. Note on the final chapter: John William Colenso was a British mathematician, theologian, Biblical scholar and social activist, who was the first Church of England Bishop of Natal. His progressive views on biblical criticism and treatment of African natives were controversial. - Summary by David Wales


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