Pilgrims in the Kingdom
Travels in Christian Britain
Publication Date: February 2004
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- Whithorn, the cradle of Scottish Christianity
- Iona, the place of Saint Columba
- Canterbury Cathedral, site of Thomas a Becket's martyrdom
- Norwich, the site of Julian's spiritual insights
- Bemerton, where George Herbert ministered
- Aldersgate Street, where John Wesley felt his heart "strangely warmed"
- Olney, where John Newton wrote "Amazing Grace"
- Oxford, the legacy of C.S. Lewis
- Coventry Cathedral, bombed during World War 2 and now offering hope to all
Each chapter describes the place and illumines the lives of the men and women associated with the place. Black and white photographs by Joan Myers illustrate each of the sites.
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