Navigating a World of Grace
The Promise of Generous Orthodoxy
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Graham is regarded as a theologian of the first rank, a writer with a keen pastoral commitment, and celebrated for his common touch
A timely and highly relevant work. Dr Tomlin offers a powerful defence of Christian orthodoxy, and opens up its expansive, generous, and life-giving vision . . . -- Alister McGrath on NAVIGATING A WORLD OF GRACE Learned and wise, this is a book that achieves what even many Christians may find a startling feat: a demonstration that orthodoxy is far more radical & interesting a concept than heresy. -- Tom Holland, author of Dominion: The Making of the Western Mind on NAVIGATING A WORLD OF GRACE Masterly . . . with his characteristic erudition and wisdom, Graham Tomlin rescues 'orthodoxy' from the darkness and shows how it reflects, for all of us, a great light. -- Nick Spencer, Senior Fellow, Theos on NAVIGATING A WORLD OF GRACE With typical clarity and depth, Graham Tomlin shows that the life offered to us in the great Christian creeds is a life enabled by the reality of the sheer grace of God. We navigate the rivers of mercy, aided by these profound insights into the nature and purpose of God. -- Jane Williams, McDonald Professor in Christian Theology, St Mellitus College on NAVIGATING A WORLD OF GRACE Here we have a gripping (even exciting) new approach to priesthood . . . almost every page is rich with biblical, theological, historical and practical wisdom - to be read, considered, and then read again! -- Gordon Kuhrt * Anvil on THE WIDENING CIRCLE * A refreshingly honest book from a theologian who clearly knows that most of society doesn't think the way the church does, and wants to do something about it * The Church of England Newspaper on THE PROVOCATIVE CHURCH * One of the best, most honest, most theologically grounded and therefore most practically helpful books on evangelism to have come out in recent years. -- Stephen Cottrell, Archbishop of York, on THE PROVOCATIVE CHURCH