Tomorrow's Faith
A New Framework for Christian Belief

There is a gap between the formulation of the ancient Creeds and the way we understand religious truths today. Scientific knowledge and Biblical studies have evolved. We no longer express an understanding of our world as our grandparents or even parents did.

30 short chapters here provide a comprehensive, contemporary alternative to traditional expressions of belief.
REVIEWS & ENDORSEMENTS
  • Tomorrow's Christian and Tomorrow's Faith make an enormous contribution to our search for the way forward and cannot be too highly recommended. ~ Marie Mares, New Vision
  • This is the most significant book for Christian thinking so far this millennium. If this does not become a standard textbook for theological and ministerial education, then shame on the institutions! ~ Revd Dr Meic Phillips, Presbyterian
  • Seeks to encourage a discovery for ourselves of an understanding which will help us on our spiritual journey by leading is to a new awareness of a richness in Christian beliefs. ~ Dallas Edmonds, Open Centres
  • I enjoyed the book immensely and believe it makes a positive contribution to the debate. ~ Bishp John Shelby Spong
  • A courageous and imaginative attempt to clear away the debris so that the Water of Life may bubble up to cleanse and renew our lives and our society. ~ Revd Marcus Braybrooke, President, World Congress of Faiths
  • No one can read it without being stimulated. ~ Rt Revd Hugh Montefiore, Formerly Bishop of Birmingham
  • To be used rather than read. It offers an understanding of Christian faith which is contemporary and intelligible. ~ Revd Alan Horner, The Living Spirituality Network
  • I greatly enjoyed reading this book and thoroughly recommend it. ~ Mary Sherman, Catholic People's Weeks
  • Searching and brilliant. ~ Revd David Charles Edwards, Anglican commentator
  • This is quite unlike any other theology book I have ever read. Always both provocative and illuminating; provocative in that the contemporary understanding challenges the traditional and leaves the reader either wanting to defend the traditional or being very grateful that someone had the guts to challenge it. This book, in 30 short chapters, provides a contemporary alternative way of thinking about traditional Christian doctrine. ~ , Methodist Recorder
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