Dream and the Grace
Sermons on Healthy and Unhealthy Religion
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Important, sensitive and emotional events from Scotland's modern history are tackled in this collection of sermons drawn from over 40 years of preaching, notably by the memorial service following the Dunblane massacre in 1996. The book also contains addresses from special occasions such as the Annual Service for Golfers in St Andrews. Recurrent themes include the manifold grace of God and the need for us to distinguish between the healthy and unhealthy faces of religion. The author explores the modern attitudes to religion in everyday life, reaching out in his sermons to people who may find something in them that lights up their experience or opens their hearts to faith.
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