And is it True? Truth, God and No- Man's Land

By Richard Clarke

This is a book about faith, and about the need to search for faith with integrity - an integrity which requires a ruthless honesty and seeks to leave no place for compartmentalizing the self. 

In this search, Bishop Clarke reconnoitres the territory in which God of the Christian vision may 'in truth' be encountered and proclaimed today. He suggests that it is essential for believers to take the risk of standing in no-man's-land, and, in that space of vulnerability and insecurity, to pay heed to all those who give voice to a passion and a restlessness for truth. 

 

+ Richard Clarke began his ordained ministry in the Church of Ireland in Hollywood, Co. Down, later serving in his native Dublin in St Bartholomew’s, Clyde Road, and as chaplain at Trinity College. From there he moved to Bandon as rector before becoming Dean of St Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork. Elected Bishop of Meath and Kildare in 1996, he became Archbishop of Armagh in December 2012. He is also the author of Shouldering the Lamb, a recent publication by Dominican Publications. 



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