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Experience & Religion: A Lay Essay in Theology


"Religion," this book begins, "is a mistrusted word now," and Nicholas Mosley, in this engaging meditation, seeks to repair that trust. Rather than ... Show synopsis

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  • Christianity's last gasp Jul 15, 2011
    by Mycophiliac

    Sex began in 1963 between Lady Chaterly and the Beetles first LP. Christian Britain also died, as explained by Callum Brown in his brilliantly insightful book 'Death of Christian Britain'. What has this got to do with Mosley? Well he was clinging to the wreckage of his faith in 1965 and came up with this offering. On the fly leaf his dedication to his then wife was "We have got to say something to our children". The something turned out to be 'There is no one out there and your mother and I are going our separate ways.' That said it is always interesting to read Mosley and no more so than when he is struggling with his inner conflicts. In the end reason won the day.

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