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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.
This book is for those of us that feel the bible is an inspired work, not an absolute work of God. Real answers for todays educated Christian.Published 25 days ago by Amazon Customer
Anyone looking for a way to distinguish his/her Christian faith from modern fundamentalism, religiosity, and cultural versions of the faith so often aligned with right-wing... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Zach Thomas
This is one of my favorite books ever. Perhaps the best study on progressive Christianity currently available. Highly recommended for a church book study.Published 5 months ago by night owl
This group has turned out excellent education videos for progressive churches. Strongly recommend
their use. Read more
Loved this book. I found myself underlining passages, and writing notes in the margins. It deals with all the issues I've personally found with traditional Christianity and the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ellie
Really like this book, and am going through it a second time, making notes. Mr. Felten presents a believable interpretation of the Bible, based on what can be known about the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mary Beth Powers
It is the best book written so far as to what progressive Christianity is all about. I applaud the work done be David Felton and Jeff Procter-Murphy. Read morePublished 6 months ago by James E. Uden
Here is one of the tenets of "faith" at Jeff Procter-Murphy's "church": "We affirm that the teachings of Jesus provide one of several ways that lead to the... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jack Ryan