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Alfred Rawlinson (bishop)


Born on 17 July 1884 and educated at Dulwich College[4] and Corpus Christi College, Oxford, he was ordained in 1910.[5] His career began as a tutor at Keble College, Oxford. Further academic posts at Christ Church, Oxford and his old college followed until 1929 when he was appointed a Canon Residentiary at Durham Cathedral and Archdeacon of Auckland.[6]

An eminent scholar,[7] he died on 17 July 1960.[8]



  • (1915)
  • Religious Reality: A Book for Men London: Longmans, Green & Co (1918)
  • Catholicism with freedom : an appeal for a new policy / being a paper read at the Anglo-Catholic congress at Birmingham on the 22nd June, 1922; and now addressed as an open letter to all members of the Church of England ... London: Longmans (1922)
  • Adventures in the Near East, 1918-1922 London: Melrose. Attr. King's College, London (1924)
  • Authority and freedom: Bishop Paddock Lectures. 1923 London, Longmans, Green (1924)
  • The New Testament Doctrine of the Christ Bampton Lectures (1926)
  • Christ in the Gospels Oxford: Oxford University Press (1944)
  • The Anglican Communion in Christendom London: SPCK (1960).

Contributor to

  • Essays Catholic and Critical edited by E G Selwyn London SPCK (1926)
  • Essays on the Trinity and the Incarnation London Longmans (1928)
  • God and the World through Christian Eyes London: Student Christian Movement Press (1933)
  • The Christian Faith: essays in explanation and defence London: Eyre & Spottiswoode (1944).


External links

  • Project Gutenberg

Church of England titles
Preceded by
Edmund Pearce
Bishop of Derby
Succeeded by
Geoffrey Allen

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