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Why I Am A Christian

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ISBN/EAN: : 9780851114071
This Is My Story ......
Publisher: ivp
Author: Stott, John
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Why I am Still an Anglican: Essays and Conversations

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ISBN/EAN: : 9780826483126
The Anglican church has been no stranger to controversy during its history but the debates raging at the moment are among the hottest it has known.
Publisher: Continuum
Author: Caroline Chartres
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Why Progressives Need God

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ISBN/EAN: : 9781780997742
Environmental destruction, poverty in the midst of obscene wealth, one war after another. Our biggest crises are getting worse.
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Why Read the Bible? : A little Book of Guidance

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ISBN/EAN: : 9780281073269
It's a big book, full of big stories with big characters. They have big ideas (not least about themselves) and make big mistakes.
Publisher: SPCK Publishing
Author: Tom Wright
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Why Religions Matter (Paperback)

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ISBN/EAN: : 9781107448346
Noting that religion and religious believers can be both good news and bad news, John Bowker explores a range of disciplines to demonstrate the importance of religion. After five chapters looking at religions and sciences, he explores understanding religion in a further four chapteres.
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Why Religions Work

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ISBN/EAN: : 9781780994963
God's Place in the World Today
Publisher: Circle Books
Author: Eleanor Stoneham
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Why Sacraments?

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ISBN/EAN: : 9780281063925
The book provides a clear account of the sacraments of the Christian Church and of the general idea of sacramentality. Reviewed in the Church Times Jan 2014.
Publisher: SPCK
Author: Andrew Davison
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Why Science does not disprove God

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ISBN/EAN: : 9780062230607
This book begins by exploring the birth of the New Atheism and ends with a summary as to why the existence of God is not disproved by science. The 14 chapters in between review the history of science, and contested areas, including the use of concepts, scientific laws that are truly hard to comprehend, and issues of consciousness. Aczel concludes that God may indeed truly exist, and science has not and will not disprove it.
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Why Study the Past?: The Quest for the Historical Church

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ISBN/EAN: : 9780232530322
The old saying about being condemned to repeat the history we don't know applies to Church history as much as to anything else. But we are often at a loss to know how to approach it. Much of what passed once for Church history was propagandist; and much of the best now written is brilliantly done but apparently detached from the Church's present needs. We need a theological approach to Church history but not one that is just partisan. The book of the Sarum Theological Lectures 2003
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Why the Reformation Still Matters

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ISBN/EAN: : 9781783594078
On 31 October 1517, Martin Luther posted his ninety-five theses on the castle church door in Wittenberg. More than any other event, this has the best claim to be the starting gun that set the Reformation in motion.
Publisher: SPCK Publishing
Author: Tim Chester
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