TWO CATHOLIC authors are among the six candidates nominated for the Michael Ramsey Prize which aims to encourage the most promising contemporary theological writing..
The award is worth £15,000 to the winner and is to be presented at the National Christian Resources Exhibition at 11am on Tues 15 May. Sponsored by the Lambeth Fund in partnership with SPCK, it was inaugurated by Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, who will open CRE and present the prize David Jones' book The DAVID JONES and TIM RATCLIFFE Soul of the Embryo is the first significant systematic work on the history of Christian reflection on the human embryo. Dr Jones is Senior Lecturer in Bioethics at St Mary's, a college of the University of Surrey. He was until recently Director of The Linacre Centres for Healthcare Ethics.
Timothy Radcliffe is a charismatic spiritual leader whose talks and broadcasts always surprise. Shot through with humour, friendship and wisdom, the pages of his book What Is the Point of Being a Christian? outline a manner of living which is faithful to the teachings of Jesus and rooted in the tradition of the Church.
Timothy Radcliffe was master of the Order of Preachers, also known as the Dominican Friars.
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