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The Rock That Is Higher Than I: The Autobiography Of The Right Rev Bill Bendyshe Burnett

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An autobiography of Bill Bendyshe Burnett (1917-1994), Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town, South Africa, published posthumously by his wife Sheila. It describes his youth, military service in WW II, and life as a prisoner of war in Italy, and also living in hiding after his escape. It describes his ministry as an Anglican priest and bishop in South Africa, where he was Bisho ...more
217 pages
Published 1997 by Sheila Burnett
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Bill Bendyshe Burnett (1917-1994) was an Anglican bishop in South Africa, and was Archbishop of Cape Town from 1974-1981. He was also Bishop of Bloemfontein and of Grahamstown, and General Secretary of the South African Council of Churches (SACC). After his experience of "baptism in the Holy Spirit" he became influential in charismatic renewal circles, not only among other denominations in South Africa, but all over the world. Yet the nearest we have to a biographical source is his autobiography ...more
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Bill Bendyshe Burnett (1917-1994) was an Anglican bishop in South Africa, and was Archbishop of Cape Town from 1974-1981. He was also Bishop of Bloemfontein and of Grahamstown, and General Secretary of the South African Council of Churches (SACC). After his experience of “baptism in the Holy Spirit” he became influential in charismatic renewal circles, not only among other denominations in South A ...more