'This book shows how science, and particularly Darwinism, affects Christian faith. It runs contrary to much popular Christian writing by showing that they are t natural bedfellows. Christianity needs to be re-thought, almost from scratch.' Firstly it sets out the overwhelming case for evolution. Then concepts such as creation, the fall, original sin, atonement, the second coming and a God who answers prayer are all re-examined in the light of Darwinism. Contemporary ethical issues, such as genetic modification, climate change and homosexuality then come under the spotlight. Finally it shows how the practice of Christian faith, e.g. worship and evangelism, need to change. The book ends on a te of hope.