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Christianity in a Post-atheist Age

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Publisher: SCM Press
ISBN-13: 9780334028697
Published: 01/06/2002
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Christianity is in crisis in the West and is failing to persuade people to adopt a religious lifestyle. This work is directed at anyone willing to have a serious look at the issues involved. Echoing the form of Luther's theses and the intent of Schleiermacher's "Speeches", the text offers 95 discussion starters for bemused contemporaries. It invites readers to think deeply about their own lives and to examine the religious and theological contexts of Britain today. The book then offers a bold proposal for a viable form of Christian belief, drawing heavily but not uncritically on liberal Protestantism. It thus develops further a tradition of Christian thought which SCM Press has done much to promote in the past. The appendices make the book suitable for individual or group study.
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"This book offers a lively and intelligent guide to the problems and possibilities of communicating faith in the complex cultures of today. Based in Britain and writing from a Methodist back ground, Clive Marsh unites missionary urgency with an awareness of current theological debates." Michael Paul Gallagher, SJ, Rome, Irish Theological Quarterly, 70(2005)

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Clive Marsh

Clive Marsh is Secretary to the Faith and Order Committee of the Methodist Church in Great Britain. He is the author of Albrecht Ritschl and the Problem of the Historical Jesus and co-edited, with Gaye Ortiz, Explorations in Theology and Film and, with Steve Moysie, Jesus and the Gospets.

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