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It has very good points that can challenge the way some people usually think.
Christians seem to be quite good, he says, at having strong identities that are hostile towards other religions, or weak identities that are kind and benevolent.
Brian McLaren is showing us the beautiful, openness, and inclusiveness of God's love for all people.
And find the common table were you can break bread with those who walk your path.
I have always felt that Jesus was central, not church, religion nor any other human... Read more
The author and most comments avoid the most important questions: how do Christians avoid behaving in such an unchristian manner as they have for two millenia? Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tristan-Marlowe
Reach out to the needy and the different like the Good Samaritan. This is a thoughtful guide to reshaping the Christian Church and bringing stronger support among the major... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ross Edgar Bigelow
Fabulous read. True religion is not dogma or rituals. It is the religious practice of tolerance and love. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Caroline Fraser
McLaren demonstrates the courage to say what must and can be said, but he says it with deep knowledge of both Scriptures and Traditions. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Louise Kimbrel
Very good book. Brian McLaren really knows how to get his ideas across and he has good ideas.Published 3 months ago by carol schnabel
this book needs to be read by those who'd be reluctant to do so.
it does not preach "my way or the highway" but, instead, preaches "Jesus' way - and Moses' and the... Read more
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I have thought about some of the questions presented here and I like the answers Mr. McLaren comes up with. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jean O Frost