Über den Autor
Mark Hart is Rural Dean of Chester and Rector of Plemstall and Guilden Sutton. He teaches on the ordination/readers training course for the regional partnership covering the southern North West dioceses. He has first class degrees in Mathematics and Theology and a PhD in Aerodynamics from Cambridge, and was ordained after ten years of aerodynamics research in the automotive and power generation industries.
Introduction; 1 Straight to the Pointlessness; 2 Intimations of God; 3 Faith & Reason; 4 Growth of Faith; 5 God & Creation; 6 Jesus of Nazareth; 7 Recognising Jesus; 8 Jesus - God & Man; 9 Freedom through Jesus; 10 Models of Atonement; 11 The Holy Trinity; 12 Why the Church?; 13 The Church; 14 Baptism; 15 The Bible; 16 Prayer; 17 Christian Living; 18 The Eucharist; 19 Heaven; 20 Suffering & Joy; Notes.
Despite the barbs of Dawkins et al, many people are open to faith, but Christianity too often seems both limiting of personal freedom and fraught with intellectual and moral difficulties. This book shows that in fact freedom lies at the heart of the Christian faith.