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Fri 17 May 2019 @ 15:37
RT @cofslifeandwork"We will need to speak the truth in love." @DougGay, author of Reforming the Kirk, outlines his hopes for the Gener… https://t.co/G52ZZT8pY0
Author(s): Nick Baines
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An exceptional and insightful reflection into the nature of a God who loves so deeply he will risk anything for His world and His people. The friends of Jesus were not the sort of people that every leader would want to have around them. Their humanity was all too evident. They were people who had feet of clay, motives as mixed and fickle as fool's gold and relationship histories as colourful and patchy as a crocheted quilt. They were people like us - living with the outrageous grace and mercy of God among us.
Scandal of Grace is a revised and updated version of a title that was previously published by Saint Andrew Press as Jesus and People Like Us.
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.