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1 Hepburn, Ronald and Jenkins, David and Root, Howard and Bambrough, Renford and Smart, Ninian Religion and Humanism
London British Broadcasting Corporation 1964 First Edition Hard Cover Fine Fine 
A Fine unmarked copy with Fine dustjacket. The long standing negative relationship between Christians and Humanists has gradually been replaced by a a more positive attitude of mutual enquiry, discussion and dialogue. This book contains the material of 10 broadcasts on the 'Third Programme' during 1964 on the subject with the contributors being distinguished philosophers and theologians. 
Price: 6.00 GBP
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2 Jenkins, David Fraser and Others Rodin in Lewes
Ringmer, East Sussex SculptureCo 1999 0953595501 / 9780953595501 First Soft Cover Fine No Jacket 
A Fine unmarked copy in card covers. Rodin in Lewes is an exhibition celebrating the temporary return of Rodin's famous sculpture 'The Kiss' from the Tate Gallery for 5 months,to the town to which its was first brought in 1904. Commissioned by a Lewes resident, Edward Perry Warren, The Kiss was displayed in Lewes Town Hall in 1914 where it caused a stir amongst the local populace. Comprises: Foreword by the Mayor of Lewes; Introduction by Ann Elliott; How the British Came to Like Rodin by David Fraser Jenkins; The Kiss - A Lewes Story by John May; The Children of the Hotel Biron by Stephanie Le Follie; Vous avez dit Rodin ŕ l'Étranger by Catherine Ferbos Nakov interviews, Jacques Vistel and Antoinette Le Normand-Romain; Catalogue by David Fraser Jenkins and Antoinette Le Normand-Romain; Chronology. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
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3 Jenkins, David (Bishop of Durham) The Calling of a Cuckoo
London Continuum 2003 0826449913 / 9780826449917 Hard Cover Fine Fine 
A Fine unmarked copy with Fine dustjacket. xxi + 192 pages. 8 illustrations. In February 1984 David Jenkins, Professor of Theology at Leeds University, received an invitation from the then Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, to become Bishop of Durham. His tenancy of the See was to become one of the most controversial in its history. He hit the headlines as the 'unbelieving bishop' after his expositions of the Virgin Birth and the Resurrection. When York Minster burst into flames days after his consecration his notoriety was assured. Enthroned at the time of the bitter miners' strike of 1984 to 1985, the new bishop preached to his Durham community on the Cost of Hope. From then on he was a marked man among the Tory establishment; according to Mrs. Thatcher, a cuckoo in the establishment nest. 
Price: 7.00 GBP
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