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The second biography to be written since Tyrrell's death in 1906, this compelling new work outlines the religious upbringing and development of thought that led first to Tyrrell becoming a Jesuit and then to his excommunication by the Roman Catholic Church. Recounting the theological debates of the day, Sagovsky paints a vivid portrait of Tyrrell as a man of compassion and mordant wit, a man who was admired by his friends, yet feared by his enemies.
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