The Tale of Eleazar by Priscilla Noble-Mathews

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Some might object that there is no direct religious message. But, in fact, it is the subtlety that makes the unfolding story so delightful and ultimately meaningful.
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Th e Tale of Eleazar was fi rst printed in the magazine “Good Housekeeping” in December 1966 and at the time it was translated into other languages. Recently it was suggested to the author that it should be republished as a small book. Hence Eleazar’s reappearance today!


 

About Priscilla Noble-Mathews

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Priscilla Noble-Mathews is a semi-retired Medical Preactitioner practicing as a Locum for a General Medical Practice in West Sussex. Born in Hindhead, Surrey, England she was a Barrister before studying Medicine at the University of Southampton from where she graduated in 1976. She is a deeply committed Christian, a Roman Catholic, and, while still practicing Medicine, studied Theology,, at St.John's Seminary, Wonersh, gaining a BTh (Hons) in 2007. She then gained a Master of Arts Degree in Theology at the University of Wales, Lampeter, in 2010. For over twenty years she was a Voluntary Immediate Care Doctor being called out to Trauma and Medical Emergencies, hence her interest in resuscitation and her search for a Theology to underpin the ethics associated with this.
 
Published May 29, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 51 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Various on May 31 2013

Some might object that there is no direct religious message. But, in fact, it is the subtlety that makes the unfolding story so delightful and ultimately meaningful.

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