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Publication Date: 15 May 2014
Publisher: SPCK Publishing
Page Count: 224
Author: Frances Young
ISBN-13: 9780281070459, 9780281070466

Arthur's Call

A Journey Of Faith In The Face Of Severe Learning Disability
By Frances Young
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Summary
Written by one of the world's most distinguished theologians and spiritual writers, here is a book full of hope and help for all who struggle with faith in the face of unremitting suffering.
About the Author
Frances Young OBE, MA is Emeritus Professor of Theology and formerly Pro-Vice-Chancellor, University of Birmingham. Her recent publications include Brokenness and Blessing: Towards a Biblical Spirituality (DLT/Baker, 2007), From Nicaea to Chalcedon: A guide to the Literature and its background (SCM/Baker, 2010) and God's Presence: A Contemporary Recapitulation of Early Christianity (CUP, 2013).
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In this long awaited book, key themes from Frances Young's earlier work – motherhood, suffering, disability, meaning and love – re-emerge in a richer and deeper melody. The cries of anguish and “why?” are taken up into a new-found trust and joy. She draws us into the beauty and strength of a love which faces all the challenges and yet celebrates the wonder of Arthur's life and vocation. If you are someone grappling with the hard questions about God, life and things going wrong, this book is for you.

- Deborah Ford, Hospital Chaplain at Cambridge University Hospitals

This book isn’t an easy read, but it has depth – a beauty about it that is remarkable and life-affirming.

- Sue Atkinson

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