Broken Signposts: How Christianity Explains the World (Hardback)
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Broken Signposts: How Christianity Explains the World (Hardback)

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Hardback 216 Pages
Published: 06/10/2020
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Justice, Love, Spirituality, Beauty, Freedom, Truth and Power. These are ideals that we all strive for, yet so often we find ourselves falling short. Why is that?

In this deeply insightful meditation, Tom Wright looks to the Gospel of John for answers. With his characteristic wisdom, he shows how John can help us to see not only why we strive for these ideals, or ‘signposts’, but also why we so often experience them as broken. He also shows how Christianity provides us with the vision and resources for engaging with the questions posed by each signpost, pointing to a clear and compelling explanation of the world, and of our role and responsibility within it.

Publisher: SPCK Publishing
ISBN: 9780281084937
Number of pages: 216


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Wright's insights are always worth reading. . . His engaging writing style grips the reader from the opening pages. - Life and Work

Tom Wright is one of the great biblical commentators of our day, whose writing on the Bible will stand the test of time. - Woman Alive

Again and again he manages to bring his colossal intelligence and immense scholarship together in an extraordinarily accessible manner. - Church Times

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