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Being Confirmed by Nick Aiken
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Being Confirmed

by Nick Aiken

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What does it really mean to be a Christian? How can the life of a man who lived 2000 years ago have any relevance today? And when it comes to reading the Bible, just where do you start?

Nick Aiken guides readers through the basics of Christianity so that they are clear about what wanting to follow Jesus actually means.

This book is for young people preparing for confirmation, and for older readers who wish to be reminded of the promises they made at the time of their own public commitment to Christ.
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Being Confirmed has been written to help answer all those tricky questions that come up when preparing for confirmation but is also for those who wish to remind themselves of the promises they made at their first public commitment to Christ. Nick Aiken has a clear step-by-step approach the cornerstones of the Christian faith, tackling the foundations, such as who God is and Holy Communion, and the more controversial topics such as the Bible, prayer and the Holy Spirit. """"Nick Aiken is a pastor with the widest possible experience of making the Christian faith come alive for young believers in terms they can get hold of."""" Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury

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