How Then Shall We Live?: Christian Engagement with Contemporary Issues

by Wells, Samuel;


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How Then Shall We Live?: Christian Engagement with Contemporary Issues

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  • Reflections deal with issues that matter
  • Author is a renowned preacher, broadcaster, and internationally known ethicist

Essays by a preeminent Anglican figure on the salient issues of our time, "issues on which I believe the Church should have a view," says Wells. The issues run the gamut from social, political, personal, life-cycle to theological.

Some of the issues treated include Islam, migration, the rise of religious extremism, dementia, Israel, marriage, LGBTQ identity, domestic violence, death, shame, old age, retirement, assisted dying, ecology, obesity, inequality, Brexit, and the Trump presidential election.

Audience: Clergy and lay individuals

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How Then Shall We Live?: Christian Engagement with Contemporary Issues was published by Church Publishing in August 2017 and is our 57816th best seller. The ISBN for How Then Shall We Live?: Christian Engagement with Contemporary Issues is 9780898692549.

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PublisherChurch Publishing (August 2017)
Weight295g
Thickness12 mm
Height216 mm
Width140 mm
ISBN9780898692549
ISBN-100898692547
Product Code4535874
Page last updated 11th September 2018
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