Montefiore, Hugh (William)

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MONTEFIORE, Hugh (William)

MONTEFIORE, Hugh (William). British, b. 1920. Genres: Organized labor, Theology/Religion. Career: Ordained minister of Church of England, 1949; Westcott House, Cambridge, England, vice-principal, 1951-54; Cambridge University, fellow and dean of Gonville and Caius College, 1954- 63, university lecturer in divinity, 1956-63, vicar of University Church of Great St. Mary's, 1963-70; bishop of Kingston-on-Thames, England, 1970- 78; bishop of Birmingham, England, 1978-87; writer. Honorary fellow of St. John's College, Oxford. Publications: (with H.E.W. Turner) Thomas and the Evangelists, 1962; Beyond Reasonable Doubt, 1963; Awkward Questions on Christian Love: The Lincoln Lectures 1964, 1964; A Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews, 1964; Truth to Tell: A Radical Restatement of Christian Faith, 1966; My Confirmation Notebook, 1968, 5th ed. as Confirmation Notebook, 1984; The Question Mark: The End of Homo Sapiens (lectures), 1969; Can Man Survive?: The Question Mark and Other Essays, 1970; Taking Our Past into Our Future, 1978; Paul the Apostle, 1981; Jesus across the Centuries: His Relevance to Our Problems, 1983; The Probability of God, 1985; So Near and Yet So Far: Rome, Canterbury, and the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission, 1986; Communicating the Gospel in a Scientific Age (Barclay lectures), 1988; (with J. Dominian) God, Sex, and Love, 1989; Christianity and Politics: Drummond Lectures, 1989; Reclaiming the High Ground: A Christian Response to Secularism, 1990; Preaching for Our Planet, 1992; Credible Christianity, 1993; Reaffirming the Church of England, 1995; Time to Change, 1997; Looking Afresh, 2002; The Paranormal: A Bishop Investigates, 2002. EDITOR: (and author of intro.) F. Lake, H.E. Root, and V.A. Demant, We Must Love One Another or Die: Lectures on Love, Sex, and Morality, 1963; (and contrib.) Sermons from Great St. Mary's, 1968; (and contrib.) More Sermons from Great St. Mary's, 1971; Changing Directions, 1974; Man and Nature, 1975; (with D. Gosling) Nuclear Crisis: A Question of Breeding, 1977; (and author of foreword) Yes to Women Priests, 1978; The Gospel and Contemporary Culture, 1991. Address: White Lodge, 23 Bellevue Rd, London SW17 7EB, England.

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