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The Faith of the Unbeliever

Martin Robinson

The Faith of the Unbeliever

Martin Robinson

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For many secular people certain ideas are inherently implausible, including spiritual ones. Strong in-built prejudices exist, yet the spiritual hunger persists, unrecognised. This insightful book shows how the barriers between Christians and unbelievers can be dismantled and how we can make our faith applicable to those around us. 216 pages, from Monarch.

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About "The Faith of the Unbeliever"

For many secular people certain ideas are inherently implausible, including spiritual ones. Strong in-built prejudices exist, yet the spiritual hunger persists, unrecognised. This insightful book shows how the barriers between Christians and unbelievers can be dismantled and how we can make our faith applicable to those around us. 216 pages, from Monarch.
- Koorong

Martin Robinson helps chart a way through the difficult territory sometimes called modernity and post-modernity. He offers practical ways for Christians to understand and communicate with those who claim to have no faith at all.
- Publisher

Grappling with the beliefs and unbeliefs which shape our society; Many people who live in the West describe themselves as unbelievers, but this does not mean that they believe nothing at all. Martin Robinson explores what those who call themselves unbelievers actually believe. The forces that shape our belief structures are as important as the beliefs themselves. Once we understand why people believe in the way they do, we can begin to see why modern Westerners find some beliefs impossible - and yet remain spiritually hungry. Martin Robinson untangles the various threads that make up this complex opposition to the Christian faith. In the process he reveals the make-up of the present spiritual landscape in the West. He writes both for those who are sympathetic to Christianity and for those who are hostile. He suggests ways in which Christians and unbelievers can begin to communicate with each other.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Martin Robinson

Dr Martin Robinson is the National Director of Together in Mission. In his early 20s Martin trained for the ministry and his first church was inner city Birmingham. That muti-ethnic congregation engaged in church planting and Martin together with his wife Lynda went to lead one of those church plants. After 13 years in local ministry, Martin went to work for the Bible Society in a variety of roles. In his role as Director of Mission and Theology and since, Martin has written many books on the broad theme of mission, including Faith of the Unbeliever, Thinking Clearly: Why The Cross?; Invading Secular Space; Winning Hearts, Changing Minds and most recent with Paul Griffiths The 8 Secrets Of Happiness. In 2002 Martin joined Together in Mission as the National Director.
Koorong -Editorial Review.

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  • Catalogue Code 171379
  • Product Code 1854245686
  • EAN 9781854245687
  • Pages 224
  • Department Academic
  • Category Church
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Monarch
  • Publication Date Dec 2001
  • Dimensions 198 x 126 x 18 mm

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