Unapologetic CD

Why, Despite Everything, Christianity Can Still Make Surprising Emotional Sense

by Francis Spufford;


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Unapologetic

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Unapologetic is a brief, witty, personal, sharp-tongued defence of Christian belief, taking on Dawkins' The God Delusion and Christopher Hitchens' God is Not Great. But it isn't an argument that Christianity is true - because how could anyone know that (or indeed its opposite)? It's an argument that Christianity is recognisable, drawing on the deep and deeply ordinary vocabulary of human feeling, satisfying those who believe in it by offering a ruthlessly realistic account of the bits of our lives advertising agencies prefer to ignore. It's a book for believers who are fed up with being patronised, for non-believers curious about how faith can possibly work in the twenty-first century, and for anyone who feels there is something indefinably wrong, literalistic, anti-imaginative and intolerant about the way the atheist case is now being made. Fresh, provoking and unhampered by niceness, this is the long-awaited riposte to the smug emissaries of New Atheism.

Unapologetic by Francis Spufford was published by W F Howes Ltd in February 2013 and is our 61746th best seller. The ISBN for Unapologetic is 9781471226380.

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Page last updated 19th November 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatCD-Audio
PublisherW F Howes Ltd (February 2013)
EditionUnabridged
Weight170g
ISBN9781471226380
ISBN-101471226387
Product Code4069074
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