OK, so the Church is broken, now what? This epic collaboration by writer-thinkers Dave Phillips, Quentin Steen and Randall Peg Peters will take readers on an unforgettable intellectual exploration of the Christian faith. In Colors of God, the three authors utilize a unique conversational style to raise key questions and challenge theological assumptions about what constitutes Christian faith and how to embody that within a church community. This book finds itself within the Emerging Church stream and yet moves beyond mere theological arguments. Instead, the authors attempt to lay out a useful framework for what it means to practically live out one's faith in light of the Kingdom of God. Using colors to depict the different aspects of the Kingdom, Colors of God is the perfect book for anyone who has ever questioned parts of their belief or wanted to give up on their church but is looking for some well thought through answers.
Randall Peters was a seasonal lecturer of philosophy and religion at Trinity Western University for seven years and now hosts a daily television show in Vancouver, Canada, on religion and culture. He has a graduate degree in theology and did Ph.D. studies at Simon Fraser University.
Dave Phillips teaches in a Graduate School of Marriage and Family Therapy. As well, he leads workshops and corporate seminars on Emotional Intelligence and Mindfulness Training and is a soft skills consultant for a Canadian Labour Association. Dave holds two graduate degrees in Therapy, and Theology, and is an approved Supervisor with the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. Dave loves to golf, loves the Vancouver Canucks and is an avid consumer and critic of modern film.
Quentin Steen works as a labor specialist and part-time speaker in Kelowna, B.C., Canada. He is finishing his MA in Leadership and Philosophy of Religion.
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