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Time for Trumpets

Scottish Church Movers and Shakers of the Twentieth Century


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ISBN-13: 9780715208243
Published: 06/05/2005
Product description

An answer to a premature obituary of the Churches in Scotland Perspectives on the issues that we all face through the eyes of great movers and shakers of past and present.

Through a series of short, personal pieces by some of today's most valued commentators, we learn about the men and women who were the great movers and shakers of the twentieth century. We admire the profusion of gifts, clarity of vision, depth of commitment and springs of endless inspiration that characterised them.

The book contains the following pieces by the following authors:

*J.H. Oldham by Andrew Morton
*John and Donald Baillie by George Newlands
*Archie Craig by Ian Mackenzie
*George Fielden MacLeod by Ross Flockhart
*Robert Mackie by Nansie Blackie
*Isobel Forrester by Julie R. Baxter
*Lesslie Newbigin by Duncan Forrester
*Ronnie Gregor Smith by Davis McCaughey and Harry Wardlaw
*Maidie Hart by Anne Hepburn
*Margaret and Ian Fraser by Catherine Hepburn *James Campbell Blackie by Bill Shaw
*Mary Levison by Robin Barbour
*Geoff Shaw by John Harvey

Author Information

Nansie Blackie

Nansie Blackie is a published writer who has been deeply involved for many years in the Churches in Scotland. She has strong ecumenical interests, and she lives in Edinburgh.

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