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Philip Clayton


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Philip ‘Tubby’ Clayton (1885—1972) Church of England clergyman and founder of the Toc H movement

Philip ‘Tubby’ Clayton (1885–1972)

Philip ‘Tubby’ Clayton (1885–1972)

Philip ‘Tubby’ Clayton (1885–1972)

Philip ‘Tubby’ Clayton (1885–1972)

Philip ‘Tubby’ Clayton (1885–1972)

Philip ‘Tubby’ Clayton (1885–1972)

Philip ‘Tubby’ Clayton (1885–1972)

Philip ‘Tubby’ Clayton (1885–1972)

Panentheism across World's Traditions. Edited by Loriliai Biernacki and Philip Clayton

Clayton, Philip Thomas Byard [Tubby] (1885-1972), Church of England clergyman and founder of the Toc H movement

God and Contemporary Science. By Philip D. Clayton. Pp. xii + 274. (Edinburgh Studies in Constructive Theology.) Edinburgh University Press, 1997. ISBN 0 7486 0798 6. Paper £14.95.

African Enclosures? The social dynamics of wetlands in drylands, by Philip Woodhouse, Henry Bernstein and David Hulme, with Pippa Trench, Andrew Clayton, Edward Lahiff, Christopher Southgate, and Moussa Dit Martin Tessougué. Oxford: James Currey; Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press; Cape Town: David Philip, and Nairobi: EAEP, 2000. xviii + 238 pp. £40.00 hardback; £14.95 paperback. ISBN 0‐85255‐416 X (hardback); 0‐85255‐416‐8 (paperback)

CLAYTON, Philip Thomas Byard (1885 - 1972), an Extra Chaplain to the Queen (formerly Chaplain to King George V, to King George VI, and to the Queen); Chaplain to British Petroleum Oil Co.; Founder Padre of Toc H, when Toc H (Talbot House) began in Ypres Salient, 1915; Vicar, 1922–63, of All Hallows, Barking-by-the-Tower (bombed and burnt, 1940), the Guild Church of Toc H

 
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