With a foreword by Peter Rollins and an afterword by Thomas J. J. Altizer, Too Good to be True is a collection of sermons written and preached from a radical theology perspective, which demonstrate preaching in a post-Christendom, post-'God' world. These sermons were actually preached in a mainline church in the US. The sermons follow the liturgical and lectionary year A, so clergy may use the books for their own preaching and easily reference it in their professional work.Micah 6:1-8; Matthew 5:1-12 (Epiphany 4) The way the Gospel of Matthew tells this story is that Jesus is born in poverty as an ... royalty, by kings from another country and a different religion, then appearing on the banks of the Jordan River with other religious radicals, ... I remember that I had to memorize the Beatitudes to enter the fifth grade Sunday School class. And we have heard these words before: blessed are the poor in spirit, and those who mourn, and the meek, and those whoanbsp;...
|Title||:||Too Good to be True|
|Author||:||Christopher D. Rodkey|
|Publisher||:||John Hunt Publishing - 2014-02-28|