A Letter to My Congregation
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This is a breakthrough work coming from the heart of evangelical Christianity and offered into the heart of evangelical Christianity, writes David P. Gushee, the prolific Christian author and Director of the Center for Theology and Public Life at Mercer University. In describing this book, Gushee continues: It is unlike other books that demand revision of traditional Christian sexual ethics but do so primarily by rejecting the authority of the Bible. That is not how evangelicals think, and it is not what Ken Wilson does here. Instead Wilson shows how God has led him on a journey toward a rethinking of what the fully authoritative and inspired Bible ought to be taken to mean in the life of the church today.
This is a remarkable and timely book, writes Tanya Luhrmann, an author about contemporary religious life and the Watkins University Professor in the Stanford Anthropology Department. It is clear to an observer like me that evangelical Christianity is at a crossroad. . That problem is the broad and widening gap between evangelical Christianity and its young. . The book you hold is a passionate and courageous argument. Many people will not like it. But they should read it and weigh whether it is true, because more hangs on the argument than the fate of gay marriage within evangelical Read More chevron_right
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