William Temple, Archbishop of Canterbury: His Life and Letters

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WILLIAM
TEMPLE

ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY
HIS LIFE AND LETTERS

BY F. A. IREMONGER SOMETIME CHAPLAIN TO THE KING AND HONORARY CHAPLAIN TO ARCHBISHOP (TEMPLE) OF YORK M.A. (OXON.) HON. D.D. ( GLASGOW) DEAN OF LICHFIELD

GEOFFREY CUMBERLEGE OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS LONDON NEW YORK TORONTO

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xiii
  • Illustrations xv
  • I- Home 1
  • II- Rugby 12
  • III- Balliol 37
  • IV- queen''s 60
  • V- Emancipation 73
  • VI- Suspense 96
  • VII- Ordination 108
  • VIII- Repton 128
  • IX- ''Foundations'' 155
  • X- S. James''s, Piccadilly 167
  • XI- The Editor 180
  • XII- Marriage 197
  • XIII- The National Mission 204
  • XIV- ''Life and Liberty'' 220
  • XV- The Two Leaders 241
  • XVI- ''Without Delay'' 252
  • XVII- Canon of Westminster--The Enabling Act 266
  • XVIII- Manchester 282
  • XIX- The Bishop at Work 296
  • XX- The Pastor and Teacher 313
  • XXI- Copec--The Coal Stoppage 328
  • XXII- The Prayer Book in Parliament 345
  • XXIII- Bishopthore--Between Two Wars 363
  • XXIV- The Oecumenical Movement 387
  • Appendix Affirmation 426
  • XXV- The Malvern Conference--Social Order 428
  • XXVI- ''Lambeth 1930''--Home Reunion 454
  • XXVII- The New Primate of All England 474
  • XXVIII- The Philosopher 521
  • XXIX- The Christian Leader in War-Time 540
  • XXX- Education Act, 1944--The Albert Hall 569
  • XXXI- The Church of South India--Lambeth and Canterbury--Theologians Old and Young 586
  • XXXII- Last Days 612
  • Some Events in William Temple''s Life 632
  • Portraits of William Temple 638
  • Acknowledgements 639
  • Index 643
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