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Featured in Podcast Episodes 5 & 6

Bruce Epperly, who has introduced process theology to the masses through concise, readable guides, presents this well-known prayer through a vision of a relational, open-spirited, profoundly personal, always creative, and forward-looking God, who invites us to be companions in the holy adventure of healing the earth.

This is not your routine book on the Lord’s Prayer. Instead, it is an invitation to to holy adventure through sharing in the prayer of Jesus. Each short chapter includes a section titled “Living the Prayer of Jesus.” In the back, there are a series of questions for conversation.

 

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Praying with Process Theology
By Bruce Epperly

This book was featured in our Episode 3 podcast

 The fifty days of devotional readings and spiritual practices offered here are designed to transform our selves and our world from a preoccupation with ourselves to a practical, life-changing vision for our pluralistic, postmodern, and planetary age.

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 As people become more acquainted with gays and lesbians, they find their attitudes shifting and are rethinking their opposition not only to same-sex marriage but to gay rights in general.

This book introduces the gay community to those who want to know more about their lives, their struggles, and their pursuit of full equality. If you are giving this serious thought, and want reliable information, this book is for you. It is also for LGBTs who wonder if God loves them and if any Christians are on their side. They will find that the Bible is very much on their side.

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This book differs from most in that rather than looking at how to interpret the Bible properly, we’ll examine the sources of disagreement among interpreters. We all have our own ways of trying to understand the Bible and they are close to our hearts. Many of us think our way is superior to most, if not all. But we will not venture into who is right and who is wrong in our interpretations. What concerns us here is why we interpret the way we do and what our attitude should be toward those with whom we disagree.

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