Simply Christian Paperback
Why Christianity Makes Sense
by Wright Tom;
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Written in a lively and accessible style, though rooted in solid scholarship, this book describes the exciting relevance of the Bible and the Christian story for the contemporary world. 'I am very much impressed by the Bishop's book. He makes it absolutely fresh.
He presents the case for Christianity as something new for the first time. It is enormously important especially in the UK where the Christian religion has virtually disappeared. It is absolutely wonderful, absolutely radical and very powerful' Professor Antony Flew, author of The Presumption of Atheism.
Simply Christian is an essential introductory and refresher text, and ideal grounding for new Christians.
Over 28,000 copies have been sold in the UK. It is now reissued with a new cover. Written in a lively and accessible style, though rooted in solid scholarship, this book describes the exciting relevance of the Bible and the Christian story for the contemporary world.
Simply Christian by Wright Tom was published by Spck in May 2011 and is our 846th best seller. The ISBN for Simply Christian is 9780281064762.
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Details for Simply Christian
|Page last updated||22nd September 2016|
|Author / Artist||Wright Tom|
|Publisher||Spck (May 2011)|
|Number of Pages||224|