It's a Dance
Barclay Press, 2007 - 292 Seiten
Luke is a journalist at a local newspaper in Southern California doing a series of articles on churches in the area. As he interviews Nate, pastor of a nontraditional church that operates a pub, he learns more why than who, what, when, and where.Patrick Oden, a first-time author, uses a fictitious church and fictitious people to write a nonfiction book about the Holy Spirit. Oden destroys the myth that solid Christian doctrine is only communicated in a didactic style. The personalities of the people and the conversational style turn theology into an enlightening, fascinating read.
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Looking for Something New
Focusing on Jesus
Breaking the Boundaries between Sacred and Secular
Drawing Us into Community
Empowering for Right Living
Spurring Us to Give
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