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This book offers a bold re-reading of the life of Jesus as “Christ liberator,” the ultimate rebel against unjust and confining social systems and self-serving doctrines. Follow Jesus’ “dangerous” example, the author suggests, to live more richly and truthfully.
Publication Date: 2011
Quantum Theology: Spiritual Implications of the New Physics, Revised and UpdatedDiarmuid O'MurchuCrossroad / 2004 / Trade Paperback$14.99 Retail:
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God in the Midst of Change: Wisdom for Confusing TimesDiarmuid O'MurchuOrbis Books / 2013 / Trade Paperback$18.00 Retail:
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In the Beginning Was the Spirit: Science, Religion and Indigenous SpiritualityDiarmuid O'MurchuOrbis Books / 2012 / Trade Paperback$19.80 Retail:
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The World as It Could Be: Catholic Social Thought for a New GenerationThomas D. WilliamsCrossroad / 2011 / Trade Paperback$19.49 Retail:
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Drawing from the best contemporary scholarship, bestselling author Diarmuid O’Murchu deconstructs the history of Christianity, and specifically the life of Jesus Christ, as it has evolved over the past two thousand years. With rich language and clear metaphors, O’Murchu speaks to every Christian who is fed up with a revisionist Christian doctrine based on banal ideas and who desperately seeks affirmation that the Christian faith is a much bigger, deeper, and more challenging institution than churches have ever acknowledged or proclaimed. According to O’Murchu, Jesus was never an earthly prince, but rather the first rebel, a countercultural outsider who sought to empower the oppressed and marginalized while questioning the core beliefs of longstanding institutionsand ultimately paying a mortal price for his convictions. Using this portrait of Jesus, each chapter addresses a range of common human problems that Christ himself overcame, such as understanding others, resolving hostilities, discovering empowerment by suffering, and preserving personal identity in a globalized world. O’Murchu’s stunning conclusions serve to reintroduce the world to the revolutionary Jesus, giving His story new life and relevance for the modern age.