"Professional Christian successfully marries an academic approach, including primary interviews with church professionals of all stripes, with a practical understanding gleaned from serving as a music leader in worship from a young age."
"This book is written by real Christian parents for real Christian parents; the contributors share how they marry parenting and passionate social justice acts together, acknowledging that working parents simply don’t have the time to do them separately."
"[Saving Us] is best read in faithful community – wherever two or more are gathered – whether a community of climate action enthusiasts, the quietly curious, the global warming skeptics or those without an opinion simply seeking to follow Jesus."
"With her scholarly expertise, Fentress-Williams invites us to reimagine all the 'others' – the women, minorities, poor, powerless, disenfranchised and those not necessarily connected to the power structure – the 'outsiders' with whom we can engage in conversation with the books of the Bible."
Parker argues that White supremacy’s influence, while subtle, has left the vast majority with a deeply immature understanding of the breath of God, which prevents us from fully understanding God’s identity and being in relationship with the Divine.
By recognizing the sincerity of doubt and disbelief and accepting criticism of the church as a “gift of a critical friend,” Samuel Wells applies his head and heart to forging a way forward that is more inclusive and accessible.
In Red Lip Theology, blogger and public theologian Candice Marie Benbow offers an invitation to create theologies that speak to our personal experiences of church, God, heartache and true fullness of life.