The House of God: Church Architecture, Style and History (1990)Published by
- Secularisation (2002)
- Anglican Difficulties (2004)
- The Mercy of God's Humility (2004)
- The Roman Catholic Church (2006)
- Secularisation, and The House of God: Church Architecture, Style and History (1990)
Edward Robert Norman (born 22 November 1938) was Canon Chancellor of York Minster and is an ecclesiastical historian.
Norman was educated at the Sir George Monoux Grammar School in Walthamstow, London. He won an Open Scholarship to Selwyn College, Cambridge, of which he was a Fellow (1962-4), before moving to Jesus College as a Fellow. Norman lectured in history at theUniversity of Cambridge; he is an emeritus Fellow of Peterhouse, Cambridge, and was Dean of Peterhouse for seventeen years and Dean and Chaplain at Christ Church College, Canterbury and Professor of History at the University of York. He is a member of thePeterhouse school of history. On 7 October 2012, he was received into the Catholic Church by way of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham.
Norman was the BBC Reith Lecturer in 1978. For his series of six radio lectures, entitled "Christianity and the World", he discussed the relationship between religion and politics. Margaret Thatcher once invited him to Chequers, although Norman insists he is not aThatcherite and says he is "appalled by the results of naked capitalism".
- Christianity and the World Order Book based on the BBC Reith Lectures (1979)
- 6/6 Reverend Dr Edward Norman considers the importance of spirituality within Christianity.FIRST BROADCAST: 06 Dec 1978
- 5/6 Edward Norman explores the religious politics in his lecture 'Not Peace, but a Sword'FIRST BROADCAST: 29 Nov 1978
- 4/6 Reverend Edward Norman explores the Imperialism of Political Religion.FIRST BROADCAST: 22 Nov 1978
- 2/6 Reverend Norman explores who the 'Ministers of Change' are in society.FIRST BROADCAST: 08 Nov 1978
- 1/6 Reverend Edward Norman examines the politicisation of Christianity.FIRST BROADCAST: 01 Nov 1978