Select Works of Thomas Dehany Bernard (4 vols.)
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Thomas Dehany Bernard was uniquely gifted as a minister, both to individuals and to the larger public. He was a compassionate counselor, a zealous cathedral dignitary, an active town rector, and a talented teacher. He wrote award-winning essays in theology and literature, built St. Andrew’s church and schools, restored a cathedral grammar school, established a high school for girls, and remained involved parochial life.
The Select Works of Thomas Dehany Bernard includes four of Bernard’s best known titles. Bernard wrote each text to fulfill a purpose, ultimately seeking to provide a fuller knowledge of God and the Gospels. These texts will prove valuable to students, preachers, and Christians who want a more complete understanding of the gospel and Jesus, as well as those interested in the nativity.
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- Explains Jesus’ relation to various subjects
- Treats the Gospels as a whole
- Examines the Nativity and related hymns
- Title: Select Works of Thomas Dehany Bernard
- Author: Thomas Dehany Bernard
- Publishers: John Henry and James Parker, Bemrose & Sons, and Macmillan and Co.
- Volumes: 4
- Pages: 898
About Thomas Dehany Bernard
Thomas Dehany Bernard (1815–1904) was educated at Exeter College, Oxford. He received the Ellerton theological prize and the chancellor’s prize for his exceptional essays. At various times in his life Bernard held the offices of deacon, vicar, curate, chancellor, and canon. Bernard built St. Andrew’s church in Walcot, Bath, and its schools. His other works include The Progress of Doctrine in the New Testament.