Beyond the Burning Times: A Pagan and Christian in Dialogue

Beyond the Burning Times A Pagan and Christian in Dialogue In this intriguing dialogue an established pagan and a respected Christian theologian engage in open honest conversations about human spirituality and belief Paganism is a rapidly expanding belief s

  • Title: Beyond the Burning Times: A Pagan and Christian in Dialogue
  • Author: Philip Johnson Gus diZerega
  • ISBN: 9780745952727
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this intriguing dialogue, an established pagan and a respected Christian theologian engage in open, honest conversations about human spirituality and belief Paganism is a rapidly expanding belief system, and this helpful exchange both introduces novices to its basic tenets and compares them to the beliefs and ideals behind Christianity Such topics as the nature of spiIn this intriguing dialogue, an established pagan and a respected Christian theologian engage in open, honest conversations about human spirituality and belief Paganism is a rapidly expanding belief system, and this helpful exchange both introduces novices to its basic tenets and compares them to the beliefs and ideals behind Christianity Such topics as the nature of spirituality, who or what is deity, how humans relate to the divine, the sacred feminine, gender, and sexuality are all addressed, along with specific debates involving the teachings and claims of Jesus Offering a fair assessment and valuable insights into both faith systems, this is an engaging look at the state of belief in the modern world.

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    1. This book was actually loaned to me by a Wiccan friend who knew I would enjoy it. The subject matter of the book echoed many of the debates and discussions my friend and I have had and the authors were obviously well informed and knowledgeable regarding their faiths. The book strives to create an atmosphere of “dialogue” rather than “debate,” and achieves that goal well. I thought Johnson represented the Christian viewpoints with love and respect towards his counterpart and that diZerega [...]

    2. i read the first chapter for a test in ela. but i would really like to read it in the future. i read the 1st chapter and i wish i could read more of it please do read it i also read the last few pages and i was very good

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