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2Bartlett, Robert, The Natural and the Supernatural in the Middle Ages (Cambridge, 2008), 6–7.
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.
5Blake, 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), 80–81; 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), 127–43, 235—54.
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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