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College Voices tells the story of Christ's College @aberdeenuni, from its beginnings in the 1840s to the present d… https://t.co/vOJO2Fx5hj
Author(s): Nick Baines
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Can theology comfort those whose personal world has fallen apart?
Nick Baines draws on his experiences of working for GCHQ during which he came face-to-face with many difficulties in a complex world. These were human difficulties, which had to be faced without the involvement of God.
As a pastor, Nick had to offer comfort and advice while knowing that all he could do was to suffer with those who were struggling with real world problems.
It is from these experiences that Nick wrote Hungry for Hope? He draws on the Scriptures and on his dealings with the everyday world and addresses those whose personal world has fallen apart at some point.
Nick Baines is the Bishop of Bradford. He is the Anglican co-chair of the Meissen Commission (which develops relations between the Church of England and the Evangelische Kirche in Germany), chair of the Sandford St. Martin Trust, and represents the Archbishop of Canterbury in international interfaith conferences. For many years he has regularly contributed to the media in the UK and beyond. He is a contributor to the Pilgrim course.