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CAREY OF CLIFTON, Lord

CAREY OF CLIFTON, Lord. (George (Leonard) Carey). British, b. 1935. Genres: Inspirational/Motivational Literature, Theology/Religion. Career: Worked for the London Electricity Board, c. 1950s; ordained as a deacon, 1962; St. Mary's Islington, London, assistant curate, 1962-66; Oak Hill Theological College, Southgate, England, lecturer, 1966-70; St. John's Theological College, Nottingham, England, lecturer and chaplain, 1970-75; St. Nicholas' Church, Durham, England, vicar, 1975-82; Trinity College, Bristol, England, principal, 1982-87; Bishop of Bath and Wells, 1987-91; archbishop of Canterbury, 1991-2002; life peer, 2002. Publications: NONFICTION: I Believe in Man, 1975; God Incarnate, 1976; (with others) The Great Acquittal, 1980; The Church in the Marketplace, 1984; The Meeting of the Waters, 1985; The Gate of Glory, 1986; The Message of the Bible, 1986, in US as The Bible for Everyday Life, 1996; The Great God Robbery, 1989; I Believe, 1991; The Charter for the Church: Sharing a Vision for the Twenty-first Century, 1993, in UK as Sharing a Vision, 1993; Spiritual Journey, 1994; My Journey, Your Journey, 1996; Canterbury Letters to the Future, 1998. Contributor of articles and essays to periodicals. Address: House of Lords, Westminster, London SW1A, England.

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