Christianity is dying in the West. You might regret this, or rejoice in it. But it's usually a mistake to throw the baby out with the bathwater.
The fact is that Christianity with its myths, stories and doctrines has shaped our culture, the way we think and act. If we get rid of it we could end up with something worse. But while traditional understandings of these things may not be credible perhaps they can still speak to us in a different way. Perhaps they point to something which we can still sense. Something we need in our lives. Something not just to make us decent, or responsible, but happy and fulfilled.
Paul Walker does not give answers, but rejoices in the search. Put this book alongside those on Buddhism, meditation and self-help as a Christian perspective on the human search to understand what we're doing here.
Christian Atheists don't believe in God but miss him: especially the transcendent beauty of his music, language, ethics, and community.
Adrian B. Smith
Don't blame legendary Adam (or Dawkins)! Suffering is unavoidable in God's best possible, free world, where evolution's gains outweigh losses.
Ian G. Wallis
Showing how illness can yield a deeper appreciation of living as well as of those who share our journeys.
As Christians, we all have faith to some degree. Yet there is much confusion about faith today just as there has always been.
Robert M. Ellis
A comprehensive vision of how Christianity can lose its dogma without losing its meaning.
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