Robert Hutchinson (author)

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Robert Hutchinson (born 1958) is an American writer[1] and essayist best known for his popular books on Christianity, Biblical Studies and the Vatican.[2] Hutchinson has published articles in Christianity Today[3] and U.S. Catholic.[4] His book, When in Rome, is one of the books on Italy recommended by the Lonely Planet travel guide.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Review of When in Rome, Kirkus Reviews
  2. ^ Review of When in Rome,New York Times (subscription required)
  3. ^ The Jesus Seminar Unmasked, Robert J. Hutchinson
  4. ^ Fast worker: a young Harvard grad believes fasting for a day can change the world Robert J. Hutchinson
  5. ^ Simonis, Damien. Italy (Country Guide). Lonely Planet. p. 24. ISBN 1-74179-229-0. 

Bibliography[edit]

  • The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Bible (2007)
  • Hutchinson, Robert J. (1998). When in Rome : a journal of life in Vatican City. New York: Doubleday. ISBN 80-86275-18-3. 
    • Czech translation: Hutchinson, Robert J. (2004). Tajnosti Vatikánu -- Průvodce zákulisím (in Czech). John Soprová Trans. Faun. ISBN 0-385-48647-2. 
  • The Book of Vices: A Collection of Classic Immoral Tales (1996)
  • The Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Gambling (1995)

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