Canterbury Letters to the Future
Does the Christian faith still have something to give the modern world? What do Christians believe anyway? And why should ordinary people be concerned with theology?
Dr Carey addresses these issues in a series of 'letters' to his grandchildren's generation fifty years in the future. In doing so he highlights key areas of concern for the world which, even now, we are building.
This is a careful and hopeful exploration of the 'things we have most surely believed' in an age characterised by the loss of belief. As Archbishop, Dr Carey has experienced directly the tensions and contradictions of a grief torn world, yet here he presents us with the glorious picture of a faith that is anchored in the Bible, taught by the Church, probing of every human culture, and always relevant to the way we should live.
Kingsway. ISBN 0 85476 773 8