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Confessors of the Name

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Hardcover, 568 pages
Published 1952 by Dial Press
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Lawrence
I read this book in the 1950's when I was a kid. I am amazed how it stayed with me and how, when I read it now, there were passages --- really remarks or descriptions --- that I remembered. I looked up the author on the web and learned, much to my surprise, that she had been head of the creative writing department at Carnegie Mellon University.

The overarching theme is the fate of individuals and institutions perceived as oppositional (the Church here) in the face of totalitarianism. My knowledge
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Nancy
Jan 05, 2008 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
old book I found in an antique shop, the author was born in 1909...but it is a great historical read about the Romans and the Christian Church
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