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Jesus: Authors Take Sides

HarperCollins Publishers Ltd

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ISBN 10: 0002558424 / ISBN 13: 9780002558426
Published by HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, 1999
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Title: Jesus: Authors Take Sides

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Ltd

Publication Date: 1999

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Good

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In these pre-millennial days, spirituality and religion feature larger in people's minds than they have for many years. While Britain's multi-cultural masses may recognize the McDonald's "M" more readily than they do the Christian cross, half the population this Easter claimed to believe in the Resurrection. Religion and politics are still the two ripest sources for intelligent debate and most thinking people, regardless of their religious position, have at some time in their lives encountered the New Testament and come to some view about its central figure, Jesus Christ. Richard Ingrams puts together pieces by writers throughout the ages - almost every great writer has expressed a view on Christ at some time. The anthology covers atheists and agnostics, doubters and the devout, the hostile and the indifferent. Writings on this subject comprise some of the most beautiful in the English language, but they can also be anguished, heartrending, serene, joyful or hateful.

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Richard Ingrams is editor of the Oldie which he founded in 1992. Educated at Shrewsbury and Oxford, he was editor of Private Eye for over twenty years. He writes a weekly column for the Observer and has written biographical studies of Malcolm Muggeridge, Hugh Kingsmill, John Piper and J.B. Morton among others.

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