Beyond the Burning Times Paperback
A Pagan and a Christian in Dialogue
by Gus DiZerega; Philip Johnson;
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Beyond the Burning Times
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Beyond the Burning Times by Gus DiZerega; Philip Johnson was published by Lion Hudson in June 2008 and is our 50340th best seller. The ISBN for Beyond the Burning Times is 9780745952727.
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Beyond the Burning TimesMelanie Carroll, via The Good Book Stall
This is an absolutely phenomenal book, because it is in many ways an unexpected and potentially controversial book. Why do I say that? Because it is really just a simple outlining of first the pagan perspective on major issues of belief and then the Christian perspective. However what is not in here is any real refutation of either ones position. At no point did either of them say the other was mistaken or wrong, that is not the intent of this book it is about transparency, openness and dialogue, and that it shows. It opens up the positions of both views without confrontation or negation and in so doing allows a platform of understanding that can then be used further, to discuss religion more openly and in more depth. However this is probably where the books controversy lies, as after all this is not a book that debates the issue as most would expect. This is a great book for coming to an understanding of another faith in light of your own faith and opening up the corridors of expansion and later debate, that can then be used as needed or wanted. Definitely a book that youth workers and those involved in mission outreach should read.
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|Page last updated||10th March 2017|
|Author / Artist||Gus DiZerega; Philip Johnson|
|Publisher||Lion Hudson (June 2008)|
|Number of Pages||210|