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

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  • Posted March 30, 2010

    An important and challenging book upon which traditional Christians should read and reflect.

    The author presents a challenging and thoughful look at Christian practice in modern times. The thoughts are clearly presented and generously interwoven with references to holy scriptures. While the book presents a radical shift in Christian thought, the author encourages the reader to think and is not presumptuous or pretentious in making his claims. I would take issue with some of the ideas presented, but with a complete understanding of the author's point of view. There are some slippery slopes climbed in the book, including the idea of an evolving interpretation and understanding of God vs. a man-made creation of God to fit time and tide. Nevertheless, this is a great read for those who think about their faith and seek greater understanding.

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  • Posted June 12, 2011

    Kind of new, interesting

    I enjoyed this book, especially the chapters on the Bible, nature of God, & the church. Found myself skimming thru other sections, sometimes distracted by the author's style. I wonder how these "new" perspectives differ from some forms of liberal Protestant Christianity, but the book raised some good questions and posed some possible new ways of thinking for me.

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