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Publisher's Summary

After many years as a successful pastor, Brian McLaren has found, as more and more Christians are finding, that none of the current strains of Christianity fully describes his own faith. In The Story We Find Ourselves In - the much anticipated sequel to his award-winning book A New Kind of Christian - McLaren captures a new spirit of a relevant Christianity, where traditional divisions and doctrinal differences give way to a focus on God and the story of God's love for this world. If you are searching for a deeper life with God - one that moves beyond the rhetoric of denominational and theological categories - this delightful and inspiring fictional tale will provide a picture of what it could mean to recapture a joyful spiritual life.
©2008 Brian McLaren; (P)2008 christianaudio.com
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By Roger on 01-21-09

Let us reason together

As a Pastor of a very conservative church I was not only challeneged, but encouraged by a new way to reach an educated world.
I think The Father wants us to keep our brains when we come to Him. I love this stuff. God is so BIG.

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By Amazon Customer on 10-17-16

Continuing the Paradigm Change

This sequel to New Kind of Christian is both deeper and broader. It explains the themes in man's relationship / process with God. Continuation of the work identifying and understanding the post-modern approach to Christianity. Not easy subject material, but worthy.

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