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A former clergyman in the Church of England, Reverend Mark Townsend now leads his own inclusive and ecumenical ministry that nourishes a strong appreciation for the diversity of faith beyond Christianity, and which strives to honor the divine in all people, regardless of their faith, culture, sexuality or background.
A priest of the Open Episcopal Church and member of the Progressive Christian Alliance, in addition to being a member of the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids, the author has been featured on the BBC and several other news programs throughout Britain. He is the author of The Gospel of Falling Down, and Jesus Outside the Box (O Books). He lives in Hereford, England.
Find out more at: http://www.marktownsendministry.co.uk.
Each must forge her own path through the forest for ultimately it is a personal journey.
It was like trying to put a many-piece puzzle together without knowing what the final picture would look like.
Hi, I am a Pagan and my grandmother is a very devout, strict, stuck-in-her-ways Pentecostal Christian.
I have been a Christo-Pagan for over 30 years, honoring the legacy of the love and acceptance preached by Jesus along with my interaction with my own Pantheon of Celtic Deities. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Maureen Duffy
This is a wonderful book. If you are interested in the many faces of Jesus, here is one you may not have seen. Read morePublished 12 days ago by fredbuck1
As a former Roman Catholic, and now an eclectic Pagan Christo-Druid, this book has come in handy so many times for clarification in explaining myself and my beliefs to those... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Lynn Caverly
This is one of the most important books, at least recently written, that I've ever read. There is a wealth of practical knowledge and experience on display here, as the author... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Crossbow
No. This book takes horrific liberties. In its attempt to somehow blend and ally Christianity and Paganism, Townsend misappropriates the indigenous traditions of Pagan Europe and... Read morePublished 5 months ago by A. Buchanan
I was a bit disappointed as it looks at Paganism and Christianity from a Western perspective, whereas on our side of the world Buddhism, Hinduism and Islam are far more important. Read morePublished 5 months ago by stuart o robson
I'd love to use this book in a comparative religions course. Parallels have been drawn for years between the similarities of Buddha and Jesus. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Samantha Gray