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Australian Books

Jesus & the journo

28 August 2021

9:00 AM

28 August 2021

9:00 AM

Christians: The Urgent Case for Jesus in our World Greg Sheridan

Allen & Unwin, pp.372, $32.99

Greg Sheridan, the foreign editor of the Australian newspaper, is best known for his shrewd analysis of our country and its relationship with the wider world. He’s also written a charming account of his youthful misadventures, When We Were Young and Foolish (in which I figure), and now two books about contemporary Christianity: the first, God is Good for You; and now this one, Christians: the Urgent Case for Jesus in our World.

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