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A bishop and the deeper things

Philip Welsh looks at a popular approach to the heart of faith

God Lost and Found
John Pritchard

SPCK £9.99
Church Times Bookshop £9

IT IS good to find a book that pastorally addresses how we lose faith and how we can rediscover it: “at the way our inner spiritual experience of God can dry up, at how the failures of the church can leave us disillusioned with all religion, at how personal tragedy can destroy belief, and at ...

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