John Bird Sumner: Evangelical Archbishop
Gracewing Publishing, 1995 - 193
Archbishop Sumner was a gifted academic as well as an outstanding pastor and administrator. During his tenure as Archbishop of Canterbury, his mild and statesmanlike policies guided the Church of England through a turbulent period, including the restoration of the Roman Catholic episcopal hierarchy in England, as well as the rapid expansion of the Anglican Communion throughout the world.
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