Christian Humanist Profiles 48: A Fellowship of Differents

Every generation of the faithful must learn and relearn the vocabularies and symbols and narratives of the faith, and theology in an era of hyper-literacy demands different disciplines than theology did in moments when so few read and even fewer wrote. In his most recent book A Fellowship of Differents Scot McKnight frames the central stories and ideas of Christianity in terms of community, presenting an alternative to the very modern metanarrative of all-powerful consumer choice and calling Christians to think of life together as the real locus of God’s work in the world. Today Christian Humanst Profiles is happy to invite Dr. McKnight to the program.

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