Black Sheep and Prodigals Hardback
An Antidote to Black and White Religion
by Dave Tomlinson;
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Jargon free, this opening-up of Christianity from the author of How to Be a Bad Christian is tailor-made for doubters, seekers, and anyone confused by Christians.
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Black Sheep and Prodigals
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- An ideal into Christianity for anyone who may have questions about its relevance
- Want an open and humorous book which speaks in a voice that doesn't alienate those not brought up in Church?
- Will give readers the tools to honestly examine how they see Christianity, and why
A guide to faith for doubters, sceptics and baffled believers - from the bestselling author of How to be a bad Christian
Black Sheep & Prodigals is aimed primarily at people who are on the edges or outside of mainstream religion - those who reject, question, or have little interest in the tenets of traditional faith.
It sets out to present a more contemporary and more humane approach to faith, drawing on honest doubt, common sense and spiritual experience.
Using no religious jargon, chapter by chapter, it opens up fresh discussion about the meaning of faith in today's world, inviting readers to arrive at their own conclusions.
Black Sheep and Prodigals by Dave Tomlinson was published by Hodder & Stoughton General Division in April 2017 and is our 2772nd best seller. The ISBN for Black Sheep and Prodigals is 9781473611023.
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Details for Black Sheep and Prodigals
|Page last updated||30th June 2017|
|Author / Artist||Dave Tomlinson|
|Publisher||Hodder & Stoughton General Division (April 2017)|
|Number of Pages||256|