The Future of Faith
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“A beautiful book and a Cox classic….Readers will be grateful that they joined him on his journey.” —E.J. Dionne Jr., author of Souled Out
“Insightful, provocative, and inspiring—I even found myself uttering a hearty evangelical ‘Amen!’” —Richard Mouw, President, Fuller Theological Seminary, and author of Calvinism in the Las Vegas Airport
The Future of Faith is Harvard religion scholar Harvey Cox’s landmark exploration of why Christian dogmatism is giving way to a grassroots Christianity rooted in social justice and spirituality. Cox laid the groundwork for modern religious writing with his 1965 classic, The Secular City, paving the way for writers like Diana Butler Bass, Karen Armstrong, Stephen Prothero, and Deepak Chopra, who calls The Future of Faith “a fresh vision for the resurrection of a new global Christianity.”
From Publishers Weekly
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No more wrestling with religion and reality
Excellent book. Especially for people who have wrestled with their faith, yet are reluctant to give it up. Harvey shows the true value of religion and Christianity, in a time when myth and science are drawing huge distinctions.
The logic in this book is sort of un the same vein as best selling authors like Bruce Feiler and Karen Armstrong.