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Ben Stoker slides architecture as theology in theory and in practice at the church of st john the baptist lincoln tagged

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Presentation by Ben Stoker, Development Officer, Diocese of Lincoln. Architecture as theology in theory and in practice at the parish church of St John the Baptist, Lincoln. The presentation was given at a session on Visions of Church and churches in the 20th century, part of a conference on "Parish Church Interiors in Changing Times" Supported by Historic England

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Ben Stoker slides architecture as theology in theory and in practice at the church of st john the baptist lincoln tagged

  1. 1.  This material is kindly provided by the author and must not be copied or reproduced without his or her permission. The content is personal and the views expressed are not necessarily those of Historic England.
  2. 2. Tony Bartl, Sam Scorer Image: The Collection, Lincoln Former Little Chef, Markham Moor, Nottinghamshire; previously a petrol station. Constructed 1960-61, listed Grade II in 2012 Image: Wiki Commons
  3. 3. Sam Scorer Gallery, Drury Lane, Lincoln (2000) Image : Visit Lincoln
  4. 4. Ermine West Image: https://municipaldreams.wordpress.com/author/municipaldreams/page/3/ Ermine East
  5. 5. Above and above right: Sam Scorer’s model. The bell tower / campanile was never built Right: the church under construction Image: Ian Goodman and St John’s E-Archive
  6. 6. Images: Fr Stephen Hoy
  7. 7. Image: Fr Stephen Hoy
  8. 8. Image: St John’s E-Archive
  9. 9. Altar, Pulpit-lectern and Font: all designed by Sam Scorer and cast in concrete
  10. 10. Taken from a letter from Fr Stephen Hoy to ‘Arthur’, 12 January 1999

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