Christopher Evans

(b. 1951)

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Evans, Christopher (1951– )

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EVANS, Christopher James - MP (Lab Co-op) Islwyn, since 2010

BURNLEY, Christopher John (1936 - 2006), Burnley and Evans, Chartered Accountants, Halesowen, 1989–2003

Evans, Christopher Francis (1909-2012), New Testament scholar and Church of England clergyman

EVANS, David Christopher (born 1960), tenor; Founder, Director and Chorus Master, Maida Vale Singers, since 1999

EVANS, Christopher (born 1966), radio and television presenter; Executive Producer and Writer, UMTV, since 2002

The Social Gospel Today. Edited by Christopher H. Evans. Louisville, Ky.: Westminster/John Knox Press, 2001. xiv + 213 pp. n.p.

Writings on the Spiritual Life: A Selection of Works of Hugh, Adam, Achard, Richard, Walter, and Godfrey of St. Victor. Edited by Christopher P. Evans.

Radulphus Ardens: The Questions on the Sacraments. Speculum uniuersale 8.31–92. Edited and Translated by Christopher P. Evans.

EVANS, Christopher Francis (1909 - 2012), Professor of New Testament Studies, King’s College, London, 1962–77, then Emeritus Professor, University of London

EVANS, (Christopher) Paul (born 1948), regeneration consultant, since 2008; Strategic Director of Regeneration and Neighbourhoods, London Borough of Southwark, 2001–07

EVANS, Christopher (Thomas) (born 1957), Founder and Chairman: Excalibur Fund Managers (formerly Merlin Biosciences Ltd), since 1996; Excalibur Group, since 2008

EVANS-LOMBE, Edward (Christopher) (born 1937), a Judge of the High Court of Justice, Chancery Division, 1993–2008

CHRISTOPHER H. EVANS. The Kingdom Is Always but Coming: A Life of Walter Rauschenbusch. (Library of Religious Biography.)Grand Rapids, Mich.: William B. Eerdmans. 2004. Pp. xxx, 348. $25.00

EVANS, Christopher Charles (born 1941), Consultant Physician, Cardiothoracic Centre and Royal Liverpool University Hospital, 1974–2003, now Emeritus; President and Chairman, Medical Defence Union, 2006–12 (Vice President and Vice Chairman, 2001–06)


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(1951– )

*science fiction author and schoolteacher, born in south Wales, who co‐edited (with Robert Holdstock) anthologies of British science fiction in the late 1980s. His most critically acclaimed novel, Aztec ...

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