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Why believe in Jesus' Resurrection?

A Little Book Of Guidance

by James D.G. Dunn

Regarded by believers as the foundation stone of their faith, and as a stumbling block by those who struggle to believe, the resurrection of Jesus lies at the heart of the Christian gospel. James D. G. Dunn sets out clearly and fairly the arguments for and against Jesus' resurrection, and explains why most biblical scholars believe the weight of historical evidence points in its favor.

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Why did Jesus Have to Die?

A Little Book Of Guidance

by Jane Williams

For many people, the crucifixion of Jesus by the Romans is just another tragic fact of history – a cruel travesty of justice, perhaps, but nothing more. But for Christians the death of Jesus has a much deeper and far-reaching significance.

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Why Does God Allow Suffering?

A Little Book Of Guidance

by Robin Gill

Robin Gill sensitively examines the various explanations that theologians offer to the problem of why the world contains so much innocent suffering. A book for all who want to believe in God but struggle to do so in the face of the pointless cruelty that appears to be built into God’s creation.

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Why Go to Church?

A Little Book Of Guidance

by John Pritchard

John Pritchard takes an honest look at what the church is really for and how it works. A book for all who wonder what it must be like to be part of a community of people who are trying to follow the life and teaching of Jesus.

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Why Read the Bible?

A Little Book Of Guidance

by Tom Wright

A book for all who are curious about how God's voice can be heard today. Intended for people looking for answers to life's biggest questions, this little book of guidance will appeal to anyone, whether believer or non-believer, looking for a quick and easy way into the topic.

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Why Sacraments?

by Andrew Davison

The book provides a clear account of the sacraments of the Christian church and of the general idea of sacramentality. It reaches out to a wide audience and presents solid academic theology in an accessible and popular manner. The approach is distinctively Anglican, Thomist, and on the conservative side of "liberal catholic."

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William Tyndale

A Very Brief History

by Melvyn Bragg

Who was William Tyndale? What inspired his great endeavor, and how did the work of a condemned heretic become so influential? Writer and broadcaster Melvyn Bragg invites you to explore the life and times of William Tyndale, how his legacy was formed and why it has lasted until the twenty-first century.

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William Tyndale

A Very Brief History

by Melvyn Bragg

Who was William Tyndale? What inspired his great endeavor, and how did the work of a condemned heretic become so influential? Writer and broadcaster Melvyn Bragg invites you to explore the life and times of William Tyndale, how his legacy was formed and why it has lasted until the twenty-first century.

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With My Whole Heart

Reflections on the Heart of the Psalms

by James Jones

As James Jones waited for his heart operation and began to recover from it, he had Psalms with him day and night. These reflections, based on each occasion the word "heart" is used in Psalms, invite the reader to make a new relationship with Psalms and with the familiar translations in the Book of Common Prayer. Response prayers are included.

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Wrestling with the Word

Preaching On Tricky Texts

by Jamie Harrison

In Wrestling with the Word, well-known and accomplished preachers grapple with a range of notoriously difficult biblical Old and New Testament texts, and offer ideas to help in the planning process of interpreting and applying such passages.