A Manifesto for Progressive Christians
by Marcus Borg;
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A Bird's Eye View from Eden
Marcus Borg reveals the memories, conversions and convictions that shaped his understanding of God, Jesus and the Bible
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Borg is an internationally respected biblical scholar whose books have sold over a million copies in English alone. Each chapter explores a different aspect of the faith, laced with moving stories of the author's intellectual and spiritual development.
'The story of my life and my Christian journey is about memories, conversions, and convictions. Memories of what I absorbed growing up. Conversions: major changes in my understanding of the Bible and God and Jesus and what it means to be Christian. Convictions: the affirmations that have flowed from those changes. Three kinds of conversions and convictions have shaped my life: intellectual, political and religious ...' Marcus Borg
Convictions by Marcus Borg was published by SPCK Publishing in August 2014 and is our 24242nd best seller. The ISBN for Convictions is 9780281073115.
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"In every generation there is a handful of writers of whom it can be said, "Read everything they write." Marcus Borg is one of these today." - Walter Wink.
"Many know Marcus Borg as a brilliant scholar, which he is. But he has a pastoral side as well. I've stood with Marcus after his lectures and watched as person after person comes up to say, "I lost my faith, but your books have helped me get it back," or "I wouldn't be in the church today if I hadn't come across your books," or "Your work has helped me stay a Christian." - Brian McLaren
Details for Convictions
|Author / Artist||Marcus Borg|
|Publisher||SPCK Publishing (August 2014)|
|Number of Pages||256|
|Page last updated||24th September 2017|