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Accounting for holiness, wherever found

Andrew Davison reads a study of Christian ideas on other faiths

Christianity and World Religions: Disputed Questions in the theology of religions
Gavin D’Costa

Wiley-Blackwell £17.99 (978-1-4051-7673-6)
Church Times Bookshop £16.20

FOR the Church to discover that most of the world’s inhabitants were neither Christians, Jews, Muslims, nor heretics was a Copernican moment. From then on, there has been need for a “theology of religions”. As ...

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Our age needs prophets. Where have they gone?

Paul Oestreicher laments the dearth of Christian leaders who can read the signs of the times, and speak out  Subscribe to read more

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