undergird a congregation where moderate Christians can thrive. Pastors, congregational leaders, seminarians, and all thoughtful Christians will learn how truly moderate Christianity can unite the compassionate openness and social activism of liberal Christianity with the magnetism and spiritual fervor of evangelical Christianity. "Wildman and Garner's Found in the Middle! gives both deep encouragement and sure direction to those of us who don't see ourselves in the available options or polarities of the contemporary religious landscape. Moreover, the perspective to which they give powerful voice is not a 'muddled middle' but a vital center." --Anthony B. Robinson, President, Congregational Leadership Northwest and author of Changing the Conversation, A Third Way for Congregations
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FEATURED RESOURCES Lost in the Middle: Claiming and Inclusive Faith for Christians Who Are Both Liberal and Evangelical by Wesley J. Wildman and Stephen Chapin Garner What's Theology Got to Do with It? Convictions, Vitality, and the Church by Anthony B. Robinson
Claiming the Beatitudes: Nine Stories from a New Generation
Published on Jun 3, 2009