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Thou Who Art: The Concept of the Personality of God Hardcover – February 23, 2006

ISBN-13: 978-0826488978 ISBN-10: 0826488978 Edition: 1st Ed.

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(T)he book continues to have interest for researchers exploring the theology of the past century, and not least the thought of Robinson himself.

Its author, John Robinson, ....later publish[ed] Honest to God, the most widely read and discussed work of English theology in the 20th Century.
~ Canon Macquarrie, Church Times
(Canon Macquarrie Church Times)

'the book is very passionate in its arguments...it contains passages, especially on the God_man relationship, of great power and beauty and is faithful to that type of Anglican theology which is both academic and devotional.'
Church of Ireland Gazette, John McDowell, 25th August 2006


'a most useful piece of historic theology to have been published and should be available to all undergraduates to read. It is a valuable work.'
Paul Brazier, Heythrop Journal
(Heythrop Journal)

"Extraordinarily comprehensive and thorough" Expository Times


"Thou Who Art is a remarkable early achievement of an acute and erudite theological mind, certainly worthy of publication." - The Journal of Religion

(T)he book continues to have interest for researchers exploring the theology of the past century, and not least the thought of Robinson himself.

Its author, John Robinson, ....later publish[ed] Honest to God, the most widely read and discussed work of English theology in the 20th Century.
~ Canon Macquarrie, Church Times
(Sanford Lakoff Church Times)

About the Author

John A. T. Robinson was Bishop of Woolwich and Dean of Trinity College, Cambridge. He was the author of Honest to God (SCM Press)

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