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Laurence Howard

Non-fiction, History, Business, Christian

A Pilgrimage from Canterbury to Glastonbury-back to the actual place where Christianity first came to these shores.

There is little doubt that the technological revolution has provided most of us access, at the push of a few buttons, to an unprecedented quantity of information instantaneously. But we humans are inquisitive, inventive and intelligent. Given the sheer size of the global population there will be man...