Anthony Ashley Cooper, 7th earl of Shaftesbury
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Shaftesbury: The Great Reformer by Richard Turnbull
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Sort order. Start your review of Shaftesbury: The Great Reformer. I enjoyed this account of the Victorian Lord Shaftesbury but found the book a little frustrating in the way it jumped from topic to topic. If this book was the Earl of Shaftesbury, then this would be a five star book. He was obviously an amazing man of God, who cared for people's souls and people's lives. The book is obviously well researched, but the writing can be pretty clunky, and the structure is a bit all over the show. Still, it's a good treatment of the subject, and the author makes a clear and well supported link between the Earl's faith and his political activism.
Richard rated it it was amazing Nov 26, Dario rated it liked it Aug 02, As a staunch evangelical, he viewed with alarm the growing ritualism in the Church of England and materially aided Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli in the passage of the Public Worship Act , which checked the extension of Anglo-Catholic practices. You are using an outdated browser.
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