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Discipling on Church Street, the Lukan Saviour, His First Disciples and Discipleship in a Modern Irish Context

Andy Hay

Book 14 of the ‘Braemor Series‘.

If St Luke bumped into you on the street, would he recognise you as a fellow disciple? Most of us agree that understanding discipleship is central to understanding what it means to live a life of faith, however, definitions of what it means to be a disciple vary. Which one of our definitions would be recognisable to St Luke?

 Andy Hay, curate at St Finnian’s parish church, Cregagh, discusses this important question in an accessible and thought–provoking treatise on discipleship in a modern context.

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