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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.
This book is the way forward for the church. McLaren wrestles at length with how Christians can have a strong identity while being compassionate to the world, as opposed to the... Read morePublished 1 day ago by David M. Schell
Very helpful for those interested in interfaith dialogue - with respect for the other.Published 27 days ago by Dale Stitt
Review from my blog at PDBekendam.blogspot:
In my last post I confessed I have been wrestling with a serious identity crisis. Read more
Yes we can live together and we can see God in each other and in our faith traditionsPublished 1 month ago by Nancy R Vanderburg
A timely read for today's religiously polarized world we live in. In it, McLaren describes ways we can keep a strong Christian identity but become more benevolent toward those of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Animal
In the midst of "the great emergence," Brian gives us a glimpse, a crossing, of a focus for our movement forward, as a world, as a society, and as a church. Read morePublished 2 months ago by cjneedlepoint
I actually am enjoying this book, but I am disappointed in how McLaren includes (or should I say usually "excludes") atheists. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ken Kressin