Description: What does a Christianity constructed upon and pervaded by a theology of God's unconditional love look like? Aimed at a wide audience, A Faith Worth Living provides one portrait. Chuck Queen weaves together biblical interpretations, theological reflections, and spiritual observations drawn from stories, movies, literature, and common life experiences in his argument for an inclusive Christianity. In a simple, though scholarly informed style, he addresses Christians, students of religion, and spiritual seekers. Key elements of the presentation include: a transformative faith (holistic and non-dualistic), God's dream for the world (kingdom theology), Jesus' nonviolent atonement, the church as a kingdom community, universal salvation (judgment and the cosmic Christ), acceptance of other religious traditions, and the dynamics of a radical discipleship to the way of Jesus. Endorsements: ""Why are there not hundreds of teachers and pastors saying what this book is saying? Chuck Queen is faith-filled, intelligent, and honest, and does not let theory get in the way of Christian good sense and Christian good love. Read and be fed "" --Richard Rohr, author of Everything Belongs and The Naked Now. About the Contributor(s): Chuck Queen (MDiv, DMin) is a pastoral theologian and Christian minister best known in his local community for ""A Fresh Perspective,"" a column he writes biweekly for the Frankfort State Journal on issues of faith and spirituality. These articles can be read at www.afreshperspective-chuck.blogspot.com. Chuck loves helping Christians stuck in old paradigms embrace a more inclusive, credible, compassionate, and transformative faith.