From the blurb
"There is an urgent need for an introduction to the Christian faith which pays serious attention to the intellectual content of Christianity, in a positive way, but without becoming too technical. Although the truth of Christianity cannot be proved by purely rational methods, the faith can be, and should be presented. This book is attempt to meet the need for this kind of approach. It will be found useful as an aid during preparation for adult confirmation or church membership, but can also serve as a refresher course or as a general introduction to the Christian faith for anyone who is looking for a basic statement that stresses the role of understanding.
The first part, "Essentials of the Christian Faith", discusses faith and reason, the idea of God, the story of Man, Jesus as Lord and Saviour, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, church and sacrament, life and eternal life, and the importance of belief. The second part "Problems to the Christian Faith", considers evil and suffering, the problem of freedom, the nature of the Bible, Christianity and other religions, the rational defence of Christianity and prayer and work."
Excellent pages with slight edge-wear.