Faith Under Fire
Canon Collins is well known for his outspoken and provocative views. He has campaigned about most of the burning issues of the day. His controversial activities have been plain for all to see. In this book he describes and traces the growth of his beliefs. He writes for the agnostic and the humanist as well as for the Christian believer, grappling with many of the deep moral questions that face mankind today, and discussing fundamental questions of the contemporary relevance of Christianity. In describing his own work and experiences, he faces honestly both his failures and his successes.
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A QUESTIONING PRIEST
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