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Tag Archives: George Herbert's "Trinity Sunday"
Form and Content: “Trinity Sunday”
An Advent Retreat with George Herbert, Day Eighteen: Wednesday after the Fourth Sunday of Advent To demonstrate that Herbert was not a true Puritan, one need only look at his poems on feast days. He wrote about Good Friday, Easter, … Continue reading