Kenneth W. Arthur
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About Kenneth W. Arthur
Rev. Kenneth W. Arthur is an ordained minister of the United Church of Christ and has been pastor of Phoenix Community Church UCC since February of 2010. Ken has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from Kalamazoo College, a Master of Science degree in Computer Science from Western Michigan University, and a Master of Arts in Religious Studies and a Master of Divinity degree from Chicago Theological Seminary. Leisure-time hobbies include reading (especially science fiction and fantasy), writing, golf, and following Detroit Tigers baseball.
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Books By Kenneth W. Arthur
Small Stone Hearts: Poems of Introspection Jan 30, 2019
It’s been said that writing poetry is not so much about self expression as it is about self discovery. But just how much do we want to discover about ourselves? Accompany the author for a short walk on the inner journey through these 26 poems seeking insight on this experience we call life.
Bruised Skies: Poems in Response to A World Gone Mad Jan 30, 2019
The 17 poems in this short collection express dismay and anxiety over the state of life in this second decade of the 21st century, from the rise of fascism to the way we treat the earth and each other as we go about our everyday routines. Yet, at the same time, they call us to resistance and change while offering a glimpse of hope for the resurrection of compassion and connection.
This book seeks to help those who doubt or can no longer believe what they've been taught about Christianity that they don't have to abandon their faith. Kenneth Arthur challenges traditional thinking and helps the reader move beyond fundamentalism by thoughtfully reflecting on theological alternatives. His life has truly been a pilgrimage, a search for meaning and purpose that includes belief and behavior as well as belonging, so he proposes a constructive theology based on his own experiences and education in conjunction with the Bible, well known theologians, and other sources of revelation. Discussion questions at the end of each chapter invite conversation and provide a helpful resource for small groups.
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