This book asks the questions Christians have about Christianity, and gives answers to help build their confidence in faith.
Is faith in the resurrection as fanciful as belief in aliens? Is the game up for the Church? Is the trinity even relevant? Has science now effectively replaced the Bible?
Does prayer even work? Is divine guidance about tuning in to some mystery voice? Is old age some ghastly joke? What happens to us after we die? How can we go on believing in God when God doesn’t seem to believe in us?
This book, with 40 short chapters, each followed by suggested Bible readings and discussion question, is for individuals or groups – and ideal Lent course and Bible study material.
It is written for Christians whose confidence in their faith may have been dented, or for anyone who wants to think through what Christianity is all about and explore whether it has anything to offer.
Andrew Killick is a retired Classics teacher and reader at All Saints’ Church, Preston-on-Tees in the North East of England.