By Kenneth Fincham,Nicholas Tyacke
Altars Restored integrates the worlds of theological debate, church politics and executive, and parish perform and trust, that are frequently studied in isolation from each other. It attracts from hitherto mostly untapped assets, particularly the surviving artefactual facts comprising communion tables and rails, fonts, photos in stained glass, work and plates, and examines the riches of neighborhood parish documents -- in particular churchwardens' debts. the result's a richly textured learn of non secular switch at either neighborhood and nationwide level.
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