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Bringing together the voices of top Bible scholars and church leaders —including Marcus Borg, Diana Butler Bass, John Dominic Crossan, Helen Prejean, and John Shelby Spong—pastors David Felten and Jeff Procter-Murphy present a lively and stimulating tour of what it means to be a "progressive" Christian. Based on the bestselling DVD course of the same name, Living the Questions explores matters many churches are afraid to address including the humanity of Jesus and homosexuality, and examines in a new light traditional faith topics such as the Bible, atonement, salvation, the rapture, and more.
Recommend the book to all non-literalists; you will find this book a good resource.
Perhaps through thoughtful discussion, this book can at least build respect among those with differing view points when agreement might be out of the question..
A great book for those on their path to discovering their relationship with their God.
This book deals, with graciousness and ease, many of the tenets I was (mis)taught as a child. I am very grateful to these two men for all their research and for their skill in... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Sarah M.
Living the Questions: The Wisdom of Progressive Christianity by David M. Felten and Jeff Procter-Murphy
What is Progressive Christianity and what are its major tenets? Read more
Very thought provoking. Highly recommend reading and discussing in a group study!Published 1 month ago by bill moran
A significant addition to my library and appreciate its arrival in good shape.Published 1 month ago by Rkellerhouse
This book is for anyone seeking God's truth and especially for those who think they've found it. The authors (two United Methodist Pastors) present compelling reasons why having... Read morePublished 1 month ago by popeye13
Although I cannot agree with many of the conclusions and theological positions detailed in Living the Questions, I found the book well worth my reading time. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jeff Borden
This could have been so much better. Every other sentence is a quote from someone else besides the authors though. Read morePublished 3 months ago by arizonagirl