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The Sanity of Belief

Why Faith Makes Sense

Simon Edwards

192 pages
SPCK Group

We’ve all heard the arguments that Christianity is irrelevant, irrational and even immoral. But what if the Christian faith makes sense of all that matters?

In this thoughtful, engaging book, Simon Edwards challenges the assumptions that may lead us to reject a faith and doubt something that we’ve never really had the chance to understand in the first place. From our need for meaning and significance, to our desires for truth, goodness, love and hope, he explores the things that matter to us as human beings and shows us why the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ might just make sense of them all.

The Sanity of Belief is a fresh take on apologetics, faith and doubt, that will leave you with a stronger understanding of Christian belief and how it relates to today’s world. It is ideal for anyone looking for a clear, down-to-earth introduction to Christianity, or for those wanting to reaffirm the foundations on which their faith is based.

Author Bio
Simon Edwards is a Christian, husband, and father to three kids. Born and raised in Australia, he worked as a lawyer before moving to the UK to study at the OCCA The Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics and later Oxford University. He is now a Senior Tutor at the OCCA and speaks regularly in the UK and abroad at conferences, churches and universities.