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Bread for the journey

Mark Vernon and Chine Mbubaegbu recommend books for would-be believers

THE problem for contemporary Christian apologetics in a culture that is "spiritual, but not religious" is not rational or empirical, as if people might be persuaded of Christianity's truth by argument or evidence. Rather, the problem is that Christianity seems to be irrelevant as a source of lively spiritual insight.

So the books that I would recommend to someone who senses that life has spiritual depth, and seeks ways of growing that perception, would be those that show ...

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