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The Go-between God

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ISBN-13: 9780334029694
Published: 01/10/2004
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First published in 1972 by SCM Press, The Go-Between God is re-issued in our prestigious SCM Classics series.

In 1967 John V Taylor was invited to give the Cadbury Lectures in Theology at the University of Birmingham. The experience then stimulated him to the extend he felt compelled to rewrite the original series of eight lectures which now make up the chapters of The Go-Between God.

This new edition contains a new Foreword by David Wood, John V Taylor's great admirer. The Reverend Dr David Wood is Rector of Joondalup, Western Australia and the Anglican Chaplain to Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia.

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John V Taylor

The Right Reverend John Vernon Taylor was an English bishop and theologian who was the Bishop of Winchester from 1974 to 1984. Taylor was one of the most gifted and widely admired churchmen of his time; in 1975 he became the first priest to be consecrated directly to the See of Winchester since the Middle Ages. Taylor also wrote several books, two of which, The Primal Vision (1963), an evaluation of the central features of African religion, and The Go-Between God (1972), an interpretation of the work of the Holy Spirit, became classics.

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" This is a good book, possibly a great book...I was not able to read (it) quickly. I had to stop and think too much. All the way through were pertinent asides on matters of Christian concern and debate. A book which stimulates and provokes so much deserves to be widely read and long pondered" James D G Dunn in the Church of England Newsletter.

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