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|Title: A New Kind of Christianity|
By: Brian D. McLaren
Number of Pages: 256
Publication Date: 2011
|Dimensions: 1.11 X 6.11 (inches)|
Weight: 9 ounces
Stock No: WW853999
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We are in the midst of a paradigm shift in the church. Not since the Reformation five centuries ago have so many Christians come together to ask whether the church is in sync with their deepest beliefs and commitments. These believers range from evangelicals to mainline Protestants to Catholics, and the person who best represents them is author and pastor Brian McLaren.
In this much anticipated book, McLaren examines ten questions facing today's church—questions about how to articulate the faith itself, the nature of its authority, who God is, whether we have to understand Jesus through only an ancient Greco-Roman lens, what exactly the good news is that the gospel proclaims, how we understand the church and all its varieties, why we are so preoccupied with sex, how we should think of the future and people from other faiths, and the most intimidating question of all: what do we do next? Here you will find a provocative and enticing introduction to the Christian faith of tomorrow.
Brian D. McLaren, hailed as one of America's 25 most influential evangelicals by Time magazine, is a speaker, social justice activist, pastor, and the author of A New Kind of Christianity, A Generous Orthodoxy, A New Kind of Christian, and The Secret Message of Jesus. McLaren has appeared on Nightline and Larry King Live, and his work has been covered in The Washington Post, the New York Times, Christianity Today, and many other publications. McLaren and his wife, Grace, live in Florida and have four adult children.
Very rarely a book appears that houses the power to change a generation. A New Kind of Christianity is nothing less than one of those moments.
...Reading a Brian McLaren book is not for the theologically faint of heart... McLaren calls the church to a deeper and broader vision of the gospel that makes room for contemporary issues of justice and reconciliation
Brian McLaren, considered one of the more articulate leaders in the emergent church, has a lot of questions. And he hopes Christians wont avoid those questions. In his new book, A New Kind of Christianity, McLaren questions conventional truths and calls for a major overhaul of the Christian faith.
Christians must be unlocked froma prison of long-held assumptions and have the freedom to ask honest questions, Brian McLaren indicates in his newest book, A New Kind of Christianity. Hes not advocating for a new set of beliefs, he says, but rather a new way of believing.
...McLaren is considered one of the countrys most influential evangelicals, and his new book, A New Kind of Christianity, takes aim at some core doctrinal beliefs. McLaren is rethinking Jesus mission on Earth, and even the purpose of the crucifixion.
...A New Kind of Christianity... has lit the fuses of critics in the Christian press and blogosphere.
A New Kind of Christianity is the book that many of us have been wanting McLaren to write for years. Sparks hopeful conversation a beautiful and thoughtful way forward.
[McLaren] has been hailed widely as one of the most significant religious leaders of our time, compared by some to the leaders of the Protestant Reformation .In articulating this longing and his disquiet with the status quo, McLaren strikes a chord with many.
McLaren has become an important and controversial figure in Christian thought . Structured around 10 basic questions about the faith, the book will provoke debate. And it shouldthese are important questions worthy of our thought and (loving) discussion.
McLaren is advocating a different, perhaps upgraded form of Christianity that takes a more objective view of history and employs a better interpretation of the Bible,... rendering it more applicable and accessible to a modern, educated people.
...Very thought provoking.
Brians writing is brave and honest, vulnerable and courageous, disturbing and unsettling, reassuring and hopeful. Every now and then you come across a book youve been waiting for. A New Kind of Christianity is that book.
McLaren clearly has been asking important questions about Christian witness for decades.... A New Kind of Christianity continues McLarens project of assessing and reassessing our assumptions concerning the foundations of modern Christian practice by asking ten important questions about the pillars of the Christian faith.
Some books provide us with information about the world, but every once in a while a book appears that enables us to imagine new, more wonderful worlds. The book you hold in your hand is one of these.
A new reformation is taking place in Christianity. Brian McLaren is one of its leading voices and A New Kind of Christianity is a roadmap for this reformation. This is a very important book.
Now and then gifted people emerge who see the situation from a higher and more helpful level. Brian McLaren is one of those seers.
Brian McLaren is an author, speaker, pastor, and networker among innovative Christian leaders, thinkers, and activists. He is the author of A New Kind of Christianity...[a] bold and imaginative new work.
These are questions that many in the church, and beyond, are asking. His patient explorations will prove helpful to many who value Evangelicalisms piety but worry that it has failed to thoughtfully engage hard but unavoidable questions.
[When reading] Brian McLarens latest - A New Kind of Christianity one gets the impression we are at a pivot point, a moment that upsets the whole terrain of theological allegiances having to do with the post evangelical emerging church developments of the last ten-fifteen years.
...A New Kind of Christianity is incredibly well written, engaging, thoughtful and provoking .one of the most significant conversations that will shape Christianity for years to come.