The River of Life Paperback

Where Liberal and Conservative Christianity Meet

by Lee Harmon;

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The River of Life

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Twice before Lee Harmon has written about Christian topics, once on the gospel of John and once on the book of Revelation. But the question people keep asking him is this: As a liberal Christian, why do you care so much about the Bible? Others wonder whether he is truly a Christian at all. Lee finds that both conservative and liberal Christians often have this type of attitude toward one another, and so he sets out not to propose a compromise, but to seek understanding. He writes as a liberal Christian, explaining what Jesus means to him and why he finds the Bible fascinating and ven essential. This is a book that expresses a vigorous spiritual view, but which does so for the purpose of inviting conversation and understanding. Perhaps those of us who are in different streams of Christian thought need to consider that others also have something to contribute, that their disagreements with us do not represent apostasy or heresy but rather their unique and valuable experience of God.

The River of Life by Lee Harmon was published by Energion Publications in September 2014. The ISBN for The River of Life is 9781631990915.

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Details for The River of Life

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherEnergion Publications (September 2014)
Number of Pages94
Thickness6 mm
Height229 mm
Width152 mm
Product Code4309508
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