In this passionate and heartfelt book, Richard Holloway interrogates the traditional ways of understanding the Bible. In doing so he demonstrates the power of the great Christian stories as they apply today, away from their sometimes antiquated settings, providing a blueprint which takes the core teachings of the Christian past and invigorates them with renewed power for today’s world.
Doubts and Loves: What is Left of Christianity
This work argues that it is better to use Christianity as good poetry than as bad science. The author sets out to deconstruct its doctrines, but explains his intentions, which are to craft from the Christian past a usable ethic for our own time.