Trystan Owain Hughes


The Church Times

‘I tend to avoid books on “suffering” as they either infuriate or disappoint, but Trystan Owain Hughes’s book, Finding Hope and Meaning in Suffering, was a relief… Hughes speaks of what he knows, and this saves the book from that distance learning that undermines so many books that dare to explore this territory… Hughes’s work is very much that of a university chaplain — full of references to film, lyrics, television programmes, and internet sources… Helpfully sliced into manageable short chapters, this book is one that I can easily see as a text for Lent groups… The discussions provoked in groups will, no doubt, be interesting… [This is] beachcombing theology in search of meaning’

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(Revd Mark Oakley, Canon Treasurer of St Paul’s Cathedral, London in the Church Times)

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