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Wittmer, Michael Eugene. Tomlinson, Dave. The Post-Evangelical. McLaren, founder of the Cedar Ridge Community Church in Maryland, has become a prolific and award-winning author on the meaning and practice of Christian spiritual life in the 21st century. He was Brian D.
McLaren is a speaker, author, activist, and networker exploring the intersection of Christian faith and contemporary life. For twenty-four years he served as the founding pastor of Cedar Ridge Community Church in the Washington-Baltimore area. He was named by Time magazine as one of America's twenty-five most influential Evangelicals. He is a founding member of emergentvillage.
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Get print book. My library Books on Google Play. For all those seeking more authentic ways to hold and practice Christian faith, Brian McLaren has been an inspiring, compassionate—and provocative—voice. Starting with the award-winning A New Kind of Christian, McLaren offered a lively, wide-ranging fictional conversation between Pastor Dan Poole and his friend Neil Oliver as they reflected about faith, doubt, reason, mission, leadership, and spiritual practice in the emerging postmodern world.
That conversation widened to include several intriguing new characters in the sequel, The Story We Find Ourselves In, as Dan and friends continued to explore faith-stretching themes from evolution to evangelism, from death to the meaning of life. Now, in this third installment of their adventures, Dan and his widening circle of friends grapple with conventional Christian teachings about hell and judgment and what they mean for our relationship with God and each other.
Is there an alternative to the usual polar views of a just God short on mercy or a merciful God short on justice? From inside the book. McLaren is a speaker, author, activist, and networker exploring the intersection of Christian faith and contemporary life. Rating details.click here
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