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I do like John Shelby Spong. If you are a non believing Christian - there are many of us out there - this is a good match. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Carl Scheider
Spong provides a much needed service to the modern church and those who are growing beyond church. I think he doesn't go far enough. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Daniel W. Wanders
The world is changing. Knowledge is rapidly expanding, while the church seems to remain static, The old beliefs may not easily fit into the current belief systems. Read morePublished 1 month ago by rev t
Everyone asks these questions about the religion they have been raised with and taught not to question. This is a refreshing look at these questions.Published 3 months ago by Vonnette Austin Wells
Many ingrained myths are placed on the table to examine. Provocative and healing for us that have questions with a template to process those questions.Published 4 months ago by Sylvia Longnecker
I like the work and scholarship of this author. He is looking for a new definition of spirituality (not religion) and offers some guidelines for what that might include.Published 5 months ago by Barbara Lindsley
fundamentalists will hate this book because it exposes the hypocracy of their variety of religion which is idoloaty. Read morePublished 7 months ago by AMA
Spong once again wants to toss the entire concept of sin and salvation. Once again, Simon Majus is raising his head. There is nothing new here. Read morePublished 9 months ago by K. Langlois
This book has been a real blessing for me as I embark on a new ministry. While many are clear on what is WRONG with Christianity, this is the first time I have seen what is RIGHT... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Mindy Audlin