On Being Liked

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On Being Liked (2003)

Author(s): James Alison

Format: Paperback

ISBN-13: 9780232525175

Amazon UK: On Being Liked

Language: English

Standpoint: 1 Fully inclusive and affirming

Genre(s): Contemporary Christian practice and experience, Spirituality, and Theology

Topic(s): Inclusive Christianity and Spirituality

Especially suitable for: Catholics and Enquirers about Christianity

With questions of religion and homosexuality on the front pages again, and debates raging about the nature of marriage and the ordination of priests, James Alison invites us into deep, lucid reflection about God, the wonder of creation, and the way that God not only loves but likes every one of us.

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