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A radical, ground-breaking examination of the role of ancient myth in the origins of Christianity, challenging the idea of the Gospels as historical truth - it will change the way many think about religion, faith, history, myth and belief.
Charles Brent, illustrated by Ben Ecclestone
Format: Hard Cover
This statement of comfort and hope is one of the most widely known metaphors for death in the world. It is widely known and has appeared in a number of versions over the years. With exquisite line drawings by Ben Eccleston to accompany the text, it is one of the most moving meditations on death ever composed, with a reassuring power and purity of expression that speaks directly to those who have suffered loss and bereavement.
A History of the Australian Churches is the first general history about the role of churches in Australian society. It offers a balanced and thoughtful historical analysis of how the Christian churches have shaped and been shaped by a number of key issues, and breaks new ground in comparing denominations and setting the development of Aboriginal and Islander Christianity in context.