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  • Author:
    Peter Owen-Jones
  • ISBN:
    1903816912
  • ISBN13:
    978-1903816912
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  • Publisher:
    O Books, John Hunt (February 4, 2005)
  • Pages:
    40 pages
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Peter Owen-Jones (born 1957) is an English Anglican priest, author and television presenter. Owen-Jones dropped out of public school at the age of 16 and went to Australia to make his fortune.

Peter Owen-Jones (born 1957) is an English Anglican priest, author and television presenter. Back in Britain, he began his working life as a farm labourer in southeast England and then ran a mobile disco before moving to London where he started in advertising as a messenger boy and worked his way up to creative director.

Psalms are song lyrics, the poetry of the soul.

by Peter Owens-Jones. Soul poetry, re-told in a contemporary idiom. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9781903816912.

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ISBN 10: 1903816912, ISBN 13: 9781903816912. Peter Owen-Jones has been an Anglican priest for ten years and runs four parishes outside Cambridge, England. Published by O Books, John Hunt, 2005. New Condition: New Soft cover. From Books Express (Portsmouth, NH, . He is the author of A Bed of Nails and Small Boat, Big Sea. He recently presented The Battle for Britain's Soul on BBC, and his new BBC series on The History of Religion in Britain comes out in February.

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Peter Owen-Jones is an Anglican clergyman, author and television presenter

Peter Owen-Jones is an Anglican clergyman, author and television presenter. He is the author of several books including Around the World in 80 Faiths (BBC Books), and was the subject of the acclaimed BBC documentary How to Live a Simple Life (2009), in which he tried to live a life without money, in the footsteps of Saint Francis of Assisi. I was really made up to get this book as I admired Peter Owen Jones after reading his other books and watching his . It started well and the pictures were great till I came to the pictures of fox hunters and the hounds. I was shocked that Rev. Owen Jones would condone fox hunting considering his way of life.

The Rev Peter Owen-Jones combines being a vicar with running a strategic marketing business. Peter recently finished a book called Psalm, much of which he wrote in pubs and on trains. He also presents the BBC2 programme The Battle for Britain's Soul. He talks to Sandra Deeble about his different work spaces. My aim was to take these hugely important pieces of writing and try to express them in words that would resonate today.

This selection of a dozen trans-created psalms brings the intent of the writers into the poetry and language of today. They recount what it feels like to have a complete trust in the existence of God, to be utterly yourself, as a raw and hurting human being, and how God makes you feel when you enter his presence.