by Francis Spufford

May 12, 2018

A double-meaning with the title here. Francis Spufford is not apologetic for maintaining his Christian faith though the stereotypes of English professors might cause you to expect otherwise. The book is also unapologetic in that it is not your typical apologetic full of facts and arguments for beliefs.

We end up with a well-reasoned for why being a Christian continues to make sense for him. And why it might for his reader too. Thoughtful and off-color. And a book I’ll suggest to others trying to make sense of Christian faith. In fact, I already have…