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Accidental Saints

Finding God In All The Wrong People

by Nadia Bolz-Webber


Price: £12.99
Publisher:Canterbury Press imprint of Hymns Ancient & Modern Ltd
Published:October 2015

A brilliant beautifully written, insightful, engaging and enjoyable follow up to 'Cranky, Beautiful Faith'.

Using the wonderful, real and perfectly flawed people of her own congregation and knowing, Bolz-Webber weaves a book that takes us deeper into the mysteries of church, liturgy and worship. We encounter and find out about major themes like sin, incense, good friday, reconciliation, grace, love, forgiveness, mercy, and above all we see how words and action are at the heart of both human iinteration and relationships and our churches lives.

A really enjoyable read that is deeper and more profound than you might at first think


Reviewer: Melanie Carroll   (29/01/16)
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