How do we find faith today in our materialistic culture? Is it possible to believe in Christ? Brian Draper approaches the subject in an imaginative, poetic way, drawing on images from contemporary culture to help present the case for Christianity. Section One: THE WAY; Who was Jesus?; What path should I choose?; The radical challenge of following Jesus; Section Two: THE TRUTH; How come everything is so screwed up?; What do I have to do to get some peace round here?; Authenticity and the search for the real; Section Three: THE LIFE; Must I go to church to be a Christian?; How do I make the most of my life?
BRIAN DRAPER is lecturer in contemporary culture at the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity. He was formerly editor of Third Way magazine. He has a monthly column on culture in the Christian Herald, and writes for Church Times. Recently, he has begun writing and presenting for BBC Radio 4's 'Thought for the Day' on the 'Today' programme. He has also written extensively for U2.com and for Amazon.