A New Kind of Christianity: Ten Questions That Are Transforming the Faith

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Hodder & Stoughton, 2010 - Christianity - 404 pages
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Groundbreaking author Brian McLaren, voice of the Christian emergent movement and author of the 'New Kind of Christian' series, poses ten controversial questions that could lead to a radical redefinition of the Christian faith. What is the overarching storyline of the Bible?

What is the Gospel?

Why is sexuality such a divisive issue among Christians?

How should followers of Jesus relate to people of other religions?

McLaren gives his own responses to these questions, inviting the reader to a new and generous way of thinking about Christianity.

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Sensitive, Clear, and Important

User Review  - Jacksatonement - Christianbook.com

This is a very lucid, sensitive, and remarkably thoughtful attempt to put into words the reform that many feel is needed in the depths of their hearts. It is not to be expected that one will agree ... Read full review

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User Review  - James Bunyan - Goodreads

So, so bad. For so many reasons. 1. Most of the argument is based on "facts" he's made up, like the "Greco-Roman" storyline or the "constitutional reading of the Bible." It's embarrassing to read ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

Brian McLaren is a bestselling author, an internationally acclaimed speaker and spiritual leader in the emerging church movement. Named one of Time Magazine's 25 most influential Evangelical Christians, McLaren served for 24 years as a pastor in the Washington, DC, area before devoting himself to writing and speaking. He serves as Board Chair for Sojourners, was one of two guest plenary speakers invited to address the Lambeth Conference in 2008, is a frequent guest on radio and television programmes, is an in-demand blogger on faith and public policy and has authored or co-authored a dozen books.

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