By Timothy Radcliffe O.P. (Former Master of the Dominican Order)
Published by Bloomsbury
After a string of bestselling books, Timothy Radcliffe argues that Christianity will only thrive today, overcoming the challenges of secularism and religious fundamentalism, if we rediscover the beauty of baptism. It touches the deepest dramas of human life: birth, growing up, falling in love, daring to give oneself to others, searching for meaning, coping with suffering and failure, and eventually death.
Timothy Radcliffe was Master of the Dominican Order. He is the winner of the 2007 Michael Ramsey prize for theological writing for his book What is the Point of Being a Christian? He is the author of The Archbishop of Canterburys 2009 Lent Book Why Go To Church? He lives in Oxford but spends much of his year giving retreats, lectures and conference keynote addresses in the UK and overseas.
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