The Landscape of Faith Paperback
An Explorer's Guide To The Christian Creeds
by Alister McGrath;
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A Bird's Eye View from Eden
Turning his renown wisdom and insight to the very bedrock of Christian faith, Alister McGrath explores the meanings of the Christian Creeds.
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The Landscape of Faith
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- For Church leaders or anyone interested in the Creeds
- Alister McGrath explores Christianity's foundation with insight and rigour
- You'll have a surer grasp on the central beliefs of Christianity
Crucial to his understanding have been the Christian Creeds, which he regards as maps to the landscape of faith. His hope in this volume is that we too may grasp comprehensively the treasure to which they point: the living God, who is the ground of our existence; Jesus Christ who journeys with us; the Holy Spirit who offers us reassurance and affirmation on the way.
Drawing on the theology of popular writers like C. S. Lewis, G. K. Chesterton and Dorothy L. Sayers, and full of stories and illustrations, this vivid portrayal of the imaginative power and vision of Christianity will prove invaluable to clergy, church leaders, theological students – and all who long to expand their understanding and love of God.
The Landscape of Faith by Alister McGrath was published by SPCK Publishing in February 2018 and is our 779th best seller. The ISBN for The Landscape of Faith is 9780281076253.
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Details for The Landscape of Faith
|Author / Artist||Alister McGrath|
|Publisher||SPCK Publishing (February 2018)|
|Number of Pages||288|
|Page last updated||15th February 2018|