Monday, December 16, 2019

Dr Campbell Campbell-Jack

Dr Campbell Campbell-Jack
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http://www.agrainofsand.co.uk/
Campbell is a retired Presbyterian minister who lives in Stirlingshire. He blogs at A Grain of Sand possil.wordpress.com where he looks at the Church and the world and wonders 'Why?'

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