Michael Chandler

Michael Chandler is an historian and author of several books on the Church of England in the nineteenth century. He holds a Lambeth Diploma in Theology and a doctorate from King's College London and is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.  He is a former Dean of Ely Cathedral and prior to that was a Residentiary Canon at Canterbury Cathedral. He is now retired and lives with his wife Janet in Whitstable in Kent.

Has There Ever Been a “Golden Age” for the Church?

GUEST BLOG: Michael Chandler, author of Queen Victoria’s Archbishops of Canterbury, explores this question and gives us a sneak preview of the archbishops featured in his new book. Lots of us imagine that the so-called Victorian Age was a triumphant time for Christianity in England. …

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