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Are there good reasons to believe in the central doctrines of Chritianity? Why do so many people from different traditions - Roman Catholic, Protestant - believe in them? Even if there is a God, is there any reason to suppose that Chritianity is true? Hugh Meynall argues that Christianity could hardly be true if it went against the natural human moral conscience and would fail to commend itself to reasonable people if it contradicted the religious wisdom of the ages. Looking at Cristianity afresh and focusing on areas such as the Trinity, the Atonement and life after death, Meynall discovers that its power lies in its ability to answer basic human needs and in its fundamental relationship to the general issues of ethics and politics. By examining the credibility of the Christian faith and exploring its evolution, it appears that Christians have an enormous amount to learn about God and even about Christ from other religions and anti-religious traditions.