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By: Brendan McCarthy

Through Different Eyes

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Through Different Eyes presents a refreshing approach to exploring life’s intricate questions that often defy simple answers. Unlike many books in its genre, this thought-provoking work does not aim to provide definitive solutions to profound inquiries like the existence of God, the identity of Jesus, or the stance of Christians on abortion rights. Instead, it invites readers to embark on a personal journey of introspection, empowering them to form their own perspectives on these and other compelling subjects.

Within the pages of this enlightening book, readers will find a captivating map of ideas shaped by the author’s diverse experiences within Catholic, Evangelical, and Liberal circles. Drawing from a rich tapestry of literary forms, including narratives, discussions, parables, and poetry, Through Different Eyes captivates and engages readers on multiple levels.

A truly unique contribution to ongoing debates, this book embraces the complexity and nuances of life’s biggest questions, recognizing that definitive answers may elude us. However, it offers an invaluable opportunity to encounter profound questions that resonate deeply, encouraging readers to embark on further explorations of their own. Whether readers emerge with newfound clarity or a renewed desire to delve deeper, Through Different Eyes promises an enriching and thought-provoking experience that lingers long after the final page.

Brendan McCarthy was the Church of England’s National Policy adviser on medical ethics (2009–2023). He was a hospital chaplain and had served as a non-executive director of the Western Health and Social Care Trust. He was an adviser to the Parades’ Commission of Northern Ireland. He was also full-time rector of Ardtrea and Desertcreat parishes (1983–1990), Drumragh with Mountfield parishes (1990–1996) and Senior Leader of Omagh Community Centre (1996–2010). He has been part-time Priest-in-Charge of the Swanlinbar group of parishes (2010–2014) and the Manorhamilton group of parishes (2014–2018).


His passions include family, writing, history and football.


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