The KUC Resource Room has new additions. (Scroll down for titles and information.)
These books are on the moveable book rack in the Resource Room.
On the backside of the shelf is a box to leave the card in and when you return it, you could put the card back in the book and leave the book on the rack for others to read.
The Architecture of Hope by Douglas MacLeod (We have 1 copy of this book)
This insightful and intriguing Book by Architect and Educator Douglas McLeod offers a stark and immediately compelling glimpse into the future, 15 years hence in which we can live and work together to build better communities for tomorrow.
Perhaps what we need after COVID 19, making one realize that we need to think and change systems that do not support all of us together.
In this new and updated edition of his 1984 classic a Primer on Radical Christianity Gene Marshall continues his “effort to envision for the general reader the radical gifts of the Christian revelation for the tasks of living in our contemporary settings.”
Progressive Christians will immediately be drawn to Marshalls discussion of “Spirit” sickness and how to heal it, his reflections on the nature of God, the relevance of the life of Jesus for people today, and the importance of community and of ethical thinking, which are as fresh and challenging today as they were when he first wrote on these topics.
The Emerging Christian Way: Thoughts Stories & Wisdom for a Faith of Transformation
(We have 1 copy of this book) “This Amazing Collection of Fourteen Essays, by some of the leading authours and creative thinkers in the field, covers every aspect of this developing Christianity. Key concepts – such as deep ecology, social justice, radical inclusion, and the importance of honouring the wisdom of other world faiths – are explored. So, too, are the implications for worship, music, pastoral care, and education”. Some of the authous are Marcus Borg to Anne Squire – Tom Harper to Bruce Sanguin, Matthew Fox to Sallie McFague, and others. This is a book about the transformation, of ourselves through a living experience of God, is not separate from us but a part of us and about the transformation of society.
This book was donated.
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