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Finding Faith

Stories of Music and Life


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ISBN-13: 9780715208687
Published: 15/10/2008
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'Honest, funny and challenging - one of those books that makes you remember why it's worthwhile being a Christian.' - Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury We live in a fast-paced, noisy world that seems to get more and more complex and uncertain with every passing year. It's hard to hear your inner voice and to stop and reflect on what life is all about. Where do we find our anchor? Nick Baines has always found that popular music has offered a rare haven in which it is possible to step back and look at what life is. Throughout his own long journey into faith, there has always been a great song that has helped, encouraged or provided space for reflection at the key moments. In this book, Nick draws on these songs and explores what being a Christian really means. How does it fit with the world in which we live?
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Nick Baines

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.

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Tue 14 Aug 2018 @ 9:48

RT @CrownCourtChrchBoth sin and God are closer than we think, argues Ron Ferguson. via @cofslifeandwork

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