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Speaking Christian: Why Christian Words Have Lost Their Meaning and Power—And How They Can Be Restored (Paperback)
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"This book could start a revolution. Borg cracks open the encrusted words of faith and pops them into fresh language that people can understand and trust. The last time this happened, we got the Reformation." Anne Sutherland Howard, executive director of The Beatitudes Society
In a revolutionary argument vital to every person of faith in the English-speaking world, acclaimed Bible scholar Marcus Borgauthor of Meeting Jesus Again for the First Timeargues that the very language Christians use has become dangerously distilled, distorted, and disconnected from the beliefs which once underpinned it. Stating a case that will resonate with readers of N. T. Wrights Simply Christian, Borg calls for a radical change to the language we use to invoke our beliefsthe only remedy that will allow the Church's words to once again ring with truth, power, and hope.
About the Author
MARCUS J. BORG is canon theologian at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Portland, Oregon, and Hundere Distinguished Professor of Religion and Culture, emeritus, at Oregon State University. A Fellow of the Jesus Seminar, Borg has been national chair of the Historical Jesus section of the Society of Biblical Literature and is the author of the bestselling books Meeting Jesus Again for the First Time, The Heart of Christianity, Jesus, and Speaking Christian. Visit Borg online at www.marcusjborg.com.
Praise for Speaking Christian: Why Christian Words Have Lost Their Meaning and Power—And How They Can Be Restored…
“This book could start a revolution. Borg cracks open the encrusted words of faith and pops them into fresh language that people can understand and trust. The last time this happened, we got the Reformation.”