by the Rev. Henry Chadwick
Fellow and Chaplain of Queens' College, Cambridge
The first four centuries of the Church are not so far away from the twentieth. The arguments of civilised people on both sides of the contention recur, and the Christians meeting the criticism and questions discover their own faith.
An autobiographical excursion
Written and narrated by Patrick Anderson
Production by Douglas Cleverdon with Michael Collins , Denis Goacher
Douglas Hankin. Marvin Kane Murray Kash. Hugh Manning
Allan McClelland , Anne Stapledon
Ronald Wilson. John Wood and Richard Wordsworth
Pianist, John Wills
Patrick as a boy:
A series of talks commenting on current legal issues
Liability for a Child's Wrongful Acts by R. F. V. Heuston
Fellow of Pembroke College, Oxford Who is liable to pay compensation if a child escapes from the control of its parents or teachers and causes damage to the person or property of another? A recent decision of the House of Lords suggests that the standard of care required of a reasonably prudent parent or teacher is higher than is sometimes thought.
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