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ISBN: 9780281070411
Publisher: SPCK Publishing
Publication date: 17 October 2013


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Additional information: Paper 216mm x 138mm

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Faith in Dark Places

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What meaning does my life have? What hope is there for the Church? How can I see beyond the media hype and false images I am bombarded with every day? Where can I find God in all this noise and turmoil? Combining moving stories from the inner city with a fresh approach to the Gospel, Faith in Dark Places explores the revolutionary idea that the good news of God’s love is being spoken to a tired and damaged world by those rejected as worthless: the homeless and the poor. This radically revised edition, incorporating powerful new insights and reflections, draws on recent theological research and the author’s own experience of urban poverty. It examines key biblical texts, such as the Lord’s Prayer as a prayer for the poor (in particular the implications of kingdom, bread and trespasses); the Magnificat; and the causes of the crucifixion.

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