Another volume in the Talking About series, using understanding of popular culture to bring out Christian principles for life and living. As in Sex and the Cynics, this includes a biblical perspective on the issue being dealt with (here, talking...
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Another volume in the Talking About series, using understanding of popular culture to bring out Christian principles for life and living. As in Sex and the Cynics, this includes a biblical perspective on the issue being dealt with (here, talking about tolerance), articles on key aspects of the central theme, study guides on relevant films, books or TV programs and an introduction to a key thinker whose work still influences today's culture.
Louise Griffiths is a co-contributor to the book Truth Wars.
Nick Pollard is the cofounder and International Director of Damaris. He is an accomplished author speaker and broadcaster. He has written 6 books, appeared on many radio and TV programs, and has spoken in countless venues across the world.
Louise Crook is co-author of Sex and the Cynics
Peter S. Williams (MA, MPhil) is a philosopher and apologist with several books to his name and a particular expertise in working with students. In addition to working with the Damaris Trust, Peter is Assistant Professor in Communication and Worldviews at Gimlekollen School of Journalism and Communication in Norway.
He has authored A Sceptic's Guide to Atheism: God Is Not Dead (Paternoster, 2009); I Wish I Could Believe In Meaning: A Response To Nihilism (Damaris, 2004); The Case For Angels (Paternoster, 2002) and The Case For God (Monarch, 1999).
Tony Watkins is a speaker, trainer and workshop leader for the Damaris Trust, an organization that helps people relate contemporary culture and Christian faith. He serves as managing editor for Damaris's CultureWatch website and frequently reviews and writes about film, music, books and other media. He is based in Southampton, England.