This amazing little book is full of ... insights, which will come as a complete surprise to most people --Churchman, September 2010 'Bradley writes beautifully about the goodness of creation and the divine ecology of blessing' --Reform, October 2010 'This book… presents a well-defined statement of liberal beliefs clearly very far from the assumed position of most Congregationalists.' --The Congregationalist, November 2010 'This is an intelligent and passionate book. The author is unusually sure-footed in the way in which he not only defends liberalism, but remains engagingly open to the flaws that its critics accuse it of.' --Church Times, 11th Feb 2011
'Ian Bradley has given us a readable, broadly researched book, a passionate reclamation of theological liberalism and a stout defence of its academic pedigree.' --The Furrow, March 2011
'This is a fun and interesting book… Bradley makes an important case for a set of values that need and should be part of any good theology.' --Theology, 1st March 2011
About the Author
Ian Bradley is Reader in Practical Theology and Church history in the School of Divinity at the University of St Andrews and a prolific author, broadcaster and preacher.