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God Unbound: Theology in the Wild

God Unbound: Theology in the Wild
This book asks how conventional patterns of thought about God change when viewed from the perspective of the great outdoors, where God is experienced as presence, connection and flow, encounter and creativity.
Our Price: £14.99
ISBN/EAN: 9781786222015
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Publisher: Canterbury Press
Author: Brian McLaren
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This book asks how conventional patterns of thought about God change when viewed from the perspective of the great outdoors, where God is experienced as presence, connection and flow, encounter and creativity. It shapes a wild theology that offers a liberating and joyful alternative to the prevailing political and economic narratives that are failing us to offer an urgent, practical and playful spiritual wisdom for our times. This book is set against the backdrop of one of the world's greatest wildernesses, the Galapagos Islands. Brian McLaren describes his own life-changing voyage when he set out to visit these Islands. Theology, says Brian McLaren, is at its best when it is in conversation with the wild world that flourishes beyond our walls and outside our windows and cities. In God Unbound, McLaren follows his love of nature all the way to the Galapagos Islands. There, he pays close attention to the flora and fauna around him but also to what is happening within him, how the natural world awakens his soul in a way that organized religion cannot. The result is a sparkling and engrossing theology which refuses to remain indoors.
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