Love Makes Things Happen
An Invitation to Christian Living
Available for pre-order. Publication date: 31/01/2022.
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We can't truly participate in prayer, or worship, or the sacraments, or the reading of Scripture, and so on, in a way that is divorced from the doctrine of the Trinity, or the Incarnation, or the Resurrection: all the practices of the everyday Christian life are lived expressions of the depths of Christian theology. While God's love 'makes no sense' it is nonetheless expressed through the lives of Christians who inhabit it. Following on from its predecessor, Love Makes No Sense each chapter in this book deals with central issues of Christian practice, and presents an introduction to Christian doctrine without losing focus of the lived Christian life. The book sets forth central aspects of Christian living and practice that are the natural expression of those doctrines when they are understood properly as a lived phenomenon.
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