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Nebuchadnezzar's Marmalade Pot: & Other Reflections

Nebuchadnezzar's Marmalade Pot: & Other Reflections
During Adrian Leak's time as a parish priest, he wrote many monthly `letters' for the local parish magazine. His inspiration was the wide and colourful experience of life as a country parson, and the wish to share his reflections with non-believers as well as believers.
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ISBN/EAN: 9781912083947
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Publisher: Book Guild Publishing Ltd
Author: Adrian Leak
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During Adrian Leak's time as a parish priest, he wrote many monthly `letters' for the local parish magazine. His inspiration was the wide and colourful experience of life as a country parson, and the wish to share his reflections with non-believers as well as believers. Nebuchadnezzar's Marmalade Pot is comprised of mostly edited versions of those letters, which appeared in The Withyham & Blackham Parish Magazine, as well as a few adapted from sermons. The book is a collection of 80 short pieces, ranging widely over topics briefly related to church occasions and Christian faith including Easter, Christmas, Pentecost, weddings, funerals, parenthood, prayer, belief and hope. Their style is anecdotal, humorous and allusive. Though much of the material was written during Adrian's time as a country parson, it is only occasionally auto-biographical.
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