Scribe of the Kingdom: Essays on Theology and Culture
by Aidan Nichols, O.P.
London: Sheed & Ward, 1994.
(2 volumes; £24.95 apiece, cloth)
reviewed by William M. Klimon
The British Dominican Fr. Aidan Nichols seems to show up everywhere. He has published more than a dozen fascinating books in the past 15 years. He is an advisor to serious periodicals like Communio and Eastern Churches Journal. And he has undertaken teaching and pastoral duties in Britain, Norway, and Rome.
The publishing house of Sheed & Ward (London) has taken twenty-four of his essays, published and unpublished, from over the last ten years, and produced a rich collection. It is unfortunate that this two . . .
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