Why Christianity Makes Sense
by John Pritchard;
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A Bird's Eye View from Eden
Key communicator John Pritchard unpacks the 10 basics of faith for new believers or those who want a powerful reminder
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- Ten problems people have with faith
- Ten things I believe about God
- Ten things I don't believe about God
- Ten words of wisdom
- Ten cliches to avoid
- Ten ways to pray
- Ten lessons learned
This is a great book whether you're skeptical about Christianity, feel there may be something to it, or simply want reassurance - in the midst of life's frequently bewildering moments - that it really does make sense.
John Pritchard is Bishop of Oxford and Chairman of the Church of England Board of Education. He was formerly Bishop of Jarrow and, before that, Archdeacon of Canterbury. His many books for SPCK include 'How to Pray', 'The Intercessions Handbook', 'The Life and Work of a Priest', 'God Lost and Found' and 'Living Faithfully'.
Ten by John Pritchard was published by SPCK in January 2014 and is our 19852nd best seller. The ISBN for Ten is 9780281067640.
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"Ten reasons why Christianity makes sense? I've just thought of an eleventh: John Pritchard's compelling and accessible writing. This book makes faith seem possible and God more available." - The RtRevd Stephen Cottrell, Bishop of Chelmford.
"Ten words to celebrate this book and its author: punchy, pithy, profound, piercing, probing, playful, parabolic, pathfinding, poetic, and powerful. A perfect discussion-starter and provocation to new or renewed faith." - The Revd Dr Samuel Wells, Vicar of St Martin-in-the-Fields, London.
Details for Ten
|Author / Artist||John Pritchard|
|Publisher||SPCK (January 2014)|
|Number of Pages||160|
|Page last updated||17th November 2017|