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If that happens, they no longer have a mountain painting, but a meadow painting.
I read the book as a deep search for his own soul, in the face of doubt, by one of the church's most exemplary practitioners of the Christian life.
Spong still considers himself to be a Christian and remains optimistic about the future.
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 1 month ago by Mindy Audlin
Spong rebuilds Christianity and his belief is more a remuddle instead of a remodel. He provides no valid answers to anyone struggling with being a Christian.Published 3 months ago by L. Henning
Gives one a great deal to think about. Thinks I feel we must deal with and make applications for todays world.Published 4 months ago by Charles
I have read it before and it turned my belief system upside-down. It is a very thought provoking look at Christianity.Published 5 months ago by linda speer
A few more followers would be ideal rather than just hangers on and fan(atics). The bishop does an interesting job offering believers some well trod paths to adaption and renewal. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jack Mcnulty
Bishop Spong puts forth a good argument for his opinions. I need trn more words before I can get off this screen.Published 10 months ago by Susan Mumford
Some internal notes in margins in biro, otherwise good and clean. Would Recommend dealer. Arrived slightly later than other copy..Published 10 months ago by P. Brumby
Bishop Spong has some very interesting ideas. His book is quite provocative, to say the least.
It starts out a little slow and rambles a bit at the end, but there are... Read more
For a naturalist i.e. one who does not believe there is anything outside of nature, there is little in almost all Christian churches to which we can say, "Right on" or "Amen" or... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Bennett F. Horton