The modern secular viewpoint leaves us as insignificant walking monkeys who got a lucky evolutionary break.
Nothing we do matters.
If you are investigating the Christian faith the question ‘Why should God bother with me?’ is one that needs an answer.
‘An accessible, engaging and comprehensive explanation of the Christian faith, which I thoroughly recommend.’ Rico Tice, Christianity Explored
If you are looking for a clear, straightforward explanation of the basics of Christian belief, in everyday language, this is your book. It is lucid, honest, illuminating and very readable!’ David Jackman, the Proclamation Trust
‘A highly readable and very useful introduction to Christianity.’ Alister McGrath, Professor of Historical Theology, Oxford University.
‘Part C.S.Lewis, part John Stott, Austen invites conversation with unbelievers. God has in fact bothered with us more than we know.’ Dr. Mike Horton, Westminster Theological Seminary in California
‘Shrewd, sane and sensible, I wish the book every success. By success I mean that those who at present don’t bother with God will read it and discover that God bothers with them.’ Dick Lucas, The Proclamation Trust.
Simon Austen has degrees in Biology and Theology and so has often spoken to young people and students on the issues in this book. A previous chaplain of Stowe School, he is now Vicar of Houghton and Kingmoor in Carlisle, England