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Publication Date: 20 Mar 2014
Publisher: SPCK Publishing
Page Count: 96
Author: Rowan Williams
ISBN-13: 9780281071715, 9780281071739

Being Christian

Baptism, Bible, Eucharist, Prayer
By Rowan Williams
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Summary
Full of sensitive pastoral advice and shot through with arresting and illuminating theological insights, Rowan Williams' new book explores the meaning and practice of four essential components of the Christian life: baptism, Bible, Eucharist and prayer.
About the Author
Rowan Williams is Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge. His most recent books include God With Us (2017), Being Disciples (2016), What Is Christianity? (2015), Meeting God in Paul (2015), Meeting God in Mark (2014), A Silent Action: Engagements with Thomas Merton (2013) and The Lion’s World: A journey into the heart of Narnia (2012), all published by SPCK.
Press Reviews

This delightful short book offer fresh insights on four of the key pillars of Christian spirituality. . . . If you would welcome having yours eyes opened to fresh perspectives on familiar practices, you will be amazed at how many new ideas Williams is able to put into a book of barely 80 pages.

- Christianity

There are light touches of humour and irony, a striking freshness in the language and tantalizing hints of a vast hinterland of learning.

- The Tablet

A work of enormous substance, boiled down to eighty pages of gold dust . . . Buy it and read it. And then read it again. And again.

- Church Times

It is a privilege to enter into the mind of one of the most distinguished theologians of the modern age. . . The style is elegant and lucid, and the book, although written primarily for Christians, will be interesting and helpful to those who are seekers after, rather than finders of, religious faith.

- P. D. James

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