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Publication Date: 16 Jun 2011
Publisher: SPCK Publishing
Author: Lorraine Cavanagh
ISBN-13: 9780281064038, 9780281066551

Making Sense of God's Love

Atonement And Redemption
By Lorraine Cavanagh
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Summary
How can we be restored to God's love? Is there a way back? Many people are put off Christianity by the idea of God punishing his Son for our sins. They find it hard to believe in a loving God who appears to be so angry and vindictive. Many also feel that the things Christians teach, publicly or privately, do not work for them in real life.

This book therefore addresses some of the difficult questions that these people are asking. It is also for those who may be wanting to return to their faith, and for those who would like to explore it in greater depth. It aims to create an open theological landscape, which will take account of the many different ways in which we are saved and restored.

Making Sense of God's Love will help to guide seekers towards a new understanding of what it really means to live as people who have been forgiven and brought into an honest and deep relationship with God through the atoning and redemptive work of Jesus Christ.
About the Author
Lorraine Cavanagh is an Anglican priest in the Church in Wales, and was the Anglican chaplain to Cardiff University. She is the author of The Really Useful Meditation Book (2004) and By One Spirit: Reconciliation and Renewal in Anglican Life (2009).

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