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The Bad Christian's Manifesto

The Bad Christian's Manifesto

Dave Tomlinson’s book How to Be a Bad Christian was written for all those who want God without the guff – revealing that being a ‘bad’ Christian is perfectly good enough, and that it’s possible to ditch religion without losing the faith.

The Bad Christian’s Manifesto continues the conversation, unpacking what spiritual intelligence – from an unapologetically Christian viewpoint – might look like for all the self-confessed bad Christians of the world. Join Dave as he explores how to befriend your inner sceptic, make a virtue of pleasure and find heaven in the ordinary things of life.
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Genre: Humanities / Religion & Beliefs / Christianity / Christian Theology

On Sale: 1st January 1970

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781444752274


As brilliant, fun and insightful as the first 'Bad Christian' book. This book is powerful because it is real and digs past the obvious gloss of being a Christian and going to Church... a book so many need to read and pass around.
One has to love this vigorous little book by a maverick amusing and thoughtful book which will be enjoyed at one go, but returned to later when the notions sink in a little.
The Irish Catholic
I foresee many 'comfortable' churchgoers being not only disturbed, but outraged, by this excellent, thoughtful but very challenging book.
Reflections Magazine
A stimulating book from the man who took the funeral of train robbers Ronnie Bigg and Bruce Reynolfs and is a regular contributor to Radio 2's Pause for Thought.
The Church Newspaper