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How to Explain Your Faith

How to Explain Your Faith

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Publisher: SPCK Publishing
ISBN: 9780281072545
Published: 20/11/2014

Though the style is light, the book actually covers a lot of ground in an accessible way. The author is an excellent communicator. Addresses the fact that apologetics today needs to operate on the basis of dialogue and conversation rather than proclamation and persuasion. Reassuringly equips Christians for those tricky discussions while helping them think through why they believe what they do. Is Christianity for those who can't get a life? What use is a dying God? Why is the Church so naff? If you've faced questions like these and felt tongue-tied, this is the book for you. It will help you talk more confidently with your friends about the hope that keeps you going. And during those times when you find that you are questioning your faith, the answers and ideas here may help you come to a deeper understanding of what you really believe. The user-friendly format of each chapter begins with a 'What they say' section. The author then identifies the key issue, before suggesting (in reassuring detail) how you might respond. All through the book you will find stories, as well as inspiring, poignant and witty quotes to work into your conversations whenever the opportunity may arise!

John Pritchard

The Right Reverend John Pritchard is Bishop of Oxford. He was Bishop of Jarrow and, before that, Archdeacon of Canterbury. He has written many books for SPCK, including The Life and Work of a Priest (2007, 11,342 sold), Living Jesus (2010, 5338 sold), God Lost and Found (2011, 3550 sold) and Living Faithfully (April 2013, 3052 sold).

'Pritchard's style is scintillating ... To me this book has an undeclared spiritual dimension leading to personal growth and leaving the way clear for further development; he is not just giving reasons to explain faith to others but offering opportunity to develop as you read without too much struggle.' Touchstone 'This imaginative approach to Christian apologetics is most welcome.' Ministry Today

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