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G.A. Studdert Kennedy

G.A. Studdert Kennedy

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Published by Hodder and S. in London .
Written in English

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  • Kennedy, G.A. Studdert.

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    Statementby his friends.
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    G.A. Studdert Kennedy's Archives Beliefnet Beliefnet is a lifestyle website providing feature editorial content around the topics of inspiration, spirituality, health, wellness, love and family. G.A. Studdert Kennedy (). Courtesy World War I and English Poetry.. Geoffrey Anketell Studdert Kennedy, MC (27 June - 8 March ), was an English poet and Anglican priest. He was nicknamed 'Woodbine Willie' during World War I for giving Woodbine cigarettes along with spiritual aid to injured and dying soldiers.

    Poems by the First World War Army Chaplain nicknamed 'Woodbine Willy' for his habit of handing out Woodbine cigarettes to the men in the trenches. WOODBINE WILLIE They gave me this name like their nature, Compacted of laughter and tears, A sweet that was born of the bitter, A joke that was torn from the years. Of their travail and torture, Christ's fools, Atoning my sins with their blood, Who 4/5(2).   G.A. Studdert Kennedy (—) is an Anglican priest and poet who was born and raised in Leeds. He served as an army chaplain on the Western Front during WWI. He had a reputation for going out during battles, into no-man's-land under the fire of the enemy, to comfort wounded soldiers. In he was awarded the Military Cross.


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Geoffrey Studdert Kennedy. Geoffrey Studdert Kennedy, the seventh of nine children, was born in Leeds on 27th June, His parents were Jeanette Anketell and William Studdert Kennedy, the vicar of St Mary's Quarry Hill, Leeds.

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Geoffrey Studdert-Kennedy’s poem ‘Indifference’ should be read in light of Matthew Geoffrey Studdert-Kennedy () Matthew When Jesus came to Golgotha They hanged Him on a tree, They drave great nails through hands and feet.

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He was nicknamed 'Woodbine Willie' during World War I for giving Woodbine cigarettes along with spiritual aid to injured and dying soldiers/5(7). For Geoffrey Studdert Kennedy, the image of the all-powerful God must be replaced with the image of God in Jesus Christ; not a master but a servant, whose ‘almightiness’ was demonstrated through self-giving and vulnerable love.

In his book ‘The Hardest Part’, Studdert Kennedy states that God in Christ. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

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