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1 Blamires, Harry A Defence of Dogmatism
London SPCK 1967 Soft Cover Very Good No Jacket 
A Very Good+ clean, tight and unmarked copy. 131 pages. The 'dogmatism' that the author sets out to defend is a particular way of looking at the world, the 'Christian mind', if you will, and shows good reasons for being sceptical of the modern scepticism and secularism to which liberal theology mistakenly tries to adjust itself. His arguments are illumined from modern writers in the field of imaginative literature. 
Price: 2.00 GBP
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2 Blamires, Harry A God Who Acts - Recognizing the Hand of God in Suffering and Failure
London SPCK 1983 0281040281 / 9780281040285 First Thus Soft Cover Near Fine No Jacket 
A near Fine unmarked copy. 128 pages. First published in 1957 as 'The Will and the Way', this is a revised edition with a new introduction. The book revolves around the Christian's most heartfelt questions of all. You cannot observe unmerited human suffering without asking, What is God doing ? You cannot pray hard for things which seem unlikely to come to pass without wondering if you are wasting your time. The book follows with tenacity a train of thought about God's way of dealing with his children which is basic and elemental to the business of forcing experience and faith into some sort of logical relationship. 
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3 Blamires, Harry The Christian Mind
London SPCK 1963 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 
Gilt title on green boards which are clean and unmarked with bumping to top corner tips. Internally there is a small name to front pastedown else very clean, tight and unmarked. Dustjacket has some foxing. The author subjects contemporary Christendom to a criticism no less devastating from the fact that it is delivered from a consistently orthodox standpoint. His contention is that there is no longer a Christian mind, but there is still, of course, a Christian ethic, a Christian practice, and a Christian spirituality, but as a thinking being, the modern Christian has succumbed to secularization. 
Price: 6.00 GBP
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