The Revd David Isitt died at home in Cambridge on 8 August, aged 81. It has been much said that “He was a good priest.” In many ways, indeed, he was an exemplar of the radical and yet traditionally grounded vision of Christian living which gained a hold in Cambridge in the late 1950s. He was reticent, open, gifted, and of fierce integrity.go and read it! I hope obituaries remain available on that website, otherwise I shall be forced to republish it!
Saturday, October 03, 2009
I blogged a bit back, when his death was announced, about my memories of David Isitt, an obituary has now appeared in the Church Times (a week ago), and is now available on the web, by John Nurser: