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1 John 18: 36.

2 Bartlett, Robert, The Natural and the Supernatural in the Middle Ages (Cambridge, 2008), 67.

3 Matt. 5: 5.

4 The Salve Regina quickly became one of the most popular intercessions to the Virgin, and was later incorporated into the Tridentine service of Benediction.

5 Blake, W., ‘Auguries of Innocence’ I, stanza 1, in William Blake, the Complete Poems, ed. Stevenson, W. H., 2nd edn (London, 1989), 589.

6 See, for example, Bebbington, D. W., Evangelicalism in Modern Britain: A History from the 1730s to the 1980s (London, 1989), 8081 ; for Coleridge, see Kitson, Peter J., ‘Coleridge’s Lectures, 1795; On Politics and Religion’ and Pamela Edwards, ‘Coleridge on Politics and Religion’, both in Burwick, F., ed., The Oxford Handbook to Samuel Taylor Coleridge (Oxford, 2009), 12743, 23554.

7 See, for example, Dawkins, Richard, The God Delusion (London, 2006) and the debate which it has generated, both in the press and academic circles; for a theologian’s response to Dawkins, see especially Ward, Keith, Why There Almost Certainly Is a Cod (London, 2008).

8 Matt. 25: 14–30; Luke 19: 12–28.

9 ‘God’s Grandeur’, in The Poetical Works of Gerard Manley Hopkins, ed. Mackenzie, N. H. (Oxford, 1990), 139.

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