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How do you form theology out of life experience? Heather Walton’s new book is an inspiring guide. Easy to read but seriously challenging http://bit.ly/1pN63Fh
Author(s): Andrew Davison
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‘This is a stunning book. In simple and vibrant prose, the authors explain our failing attempts to communicate God through colourless, proof style arguments that are all but emptied of mystery and the language of desire. They call, instead, for a healthy tension between clarity and estrangement, logic and wonder. They invite us towards socially and culturally sensitive presentations of the Gospel, rooted in Church tradition and embodied in our own lives. Imaginative Apologetics delivers a prophetic and uplifting message for all Christians.’
Andrew Davison is Tutor in Doctrine at Westcott House, Cambridge. Before that, he was part-time Tutor in Doctrine at St Stephen's House in Oxford and junior chaplain of Merton College. He has written on prayer and on apologetics, and in praise of the parish and its significance for mission.