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Myself, Christopher Wren
David Weiss
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Myself, Christopher Wren

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Unknown Binding, 922 pages
Published December 31st 1973 by Hodder & Stoughton
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Jan 14, 2014 Donovan Martin rated it really liked it
I read this book on a whim, because the inside cover has St. Paul's Cathedral, and really was impressed by the lengths that Wren went through to have the church built. Weiss does a great job of combining history with a narrative fiction. For anyone making a trip to London this tome should be on their list of reading material in preparation for the trip.
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Trained as a theologian. David thinks about God… all the time. Whether as a father or grandfather, college instructor or Sunday School teacher, poet or writer, he seeks to imagine God in ways that are helpful and hopeful. In this book he brings insights from seminary and graduate school into a story that is deceptively simple and simply profound.
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