Honest to God

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SCM, 2001 - Religion - 112 pages
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Honest to God did more than instigate a passionate debate about the nature of Christian belief and doctrine in the white heat of a secular revolution. It epitomised the revolutionary spirit of a fresh and challenging way of looking at the world, which throughout the 1960s, was to bring about the disintegration of established social, political and theological orthodoxies. 'Probaby the most talked about theological work of hte twentieth century.' Guardian

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User Review  - Nathan Lamb - Goodreads

Somewhat dated and over-reliant on the work of Paul Tillich. Back when lay people read books of this type, it was probably a good introduction to progressive Christian thinking. I doubt many could follow this today. A classic for its time, however. Read full review

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User Review  - Manu - Goodreads

It was an easy reading, though spoke of as a revolutionary book in its early years of publication, most of the ideas are already accepted by the Church and society. In a way the author fought for truth and justice in his time!! Read full review

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Robinson was Bishop of Woolwich and Dean of Trinity College, Cambridge.

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