A Change of Heart: A Personal and Theological Memoir

Thomas Oden

As a young man in the 1950s, Oden was a budding progressive theologian who was transfixed by the social revolutions of his time. But an encounter with the writings of the early church fathers brought about a return to historic Christianity—to Jesus. Oden’s memoir, A Change of Heart, tells the story of one who underwent the deconstruction journey and came away with a stronger, more orthodox faith.

Sacred Fire: A Vision for a Deeper Human and Christian Maturity

Ronald Rolheiser

Rolheiser is a Catholic theologian whose spiritual writings appeal to increasing numbers of Protestants. Sacred Fire offers a fresh vision of Christian formation and discipleship. While evangelical readers may differ at points, Rolheiser’s vision of oneness with Christ is at times breathtaking. For those experiencing doubt and deconstruction, there is often a desire for answers. But Rolheiser invites us to something deeper: an experience of the love and mercy of Christ’s presence.

The Road Trip that Changed the World: The Unlikely Theory that will Change How You View Culture, the Church, and, Most Importantly, Yourself

Mark Sayers

Australian pastor and cultural critic Mark Sayers is gifted at helping Christians reframe the pursuit of Jesus in a post-Christian context. Here, he gives a fascinating look at a book that changed a generation—Jack Kerouac’s On the Road. Sayers’s cultural insights are shrewd, but what impresses most is his invitation to faith in Jesus in an age of cynicism. The goal of Christian spirituality, he shows, is finding, not endless seeking.

A Prayer Journal

Flannery O’Connor

O’Connor, the acclaimed Southern writer who endured ...

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