Original source material and thoughtful classroom activities contribute to students gaining a wider understanding of the complexity of Christian faith and traditions, helping them to begin evaluating its world-changing impact.
This book allows students to explore:
- interviews with teenagers about living their faith, and with Revd Rachel Mann about issues to do with gender and Christianity
- conservative perspectives (on reading the Old Testament) and liberal perspectives (a summary of the thinking of John Shelby Spong)
- case studies in Christian living, including an introduction to Pope Francis, and the responses of Martin Luther King and Robert Beckford to racism
- art by Graham Sutherland and Dinah Roe Kendall
- theological beliefs and atonement theories
- day-to-day issues faced by Christian ministers
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