A personal recommendation: Existential Christianity.
I have been reading through the articles, especially the author’s main thesis. I think his context is different from my experience and I am not as ready to dismiss certain aspects of the church as quickly as he appears to be. (That being said, I am not sure which aspect to hold on to!) It has, however, made me think!
So here are some random points for further discussion and thought:
- Faith as character.
- The problem of language.
- Doctrine and salvation.
- How to approach authority in a modern age?
- What is “revealed”?
- How to read the Bible and “listen to the Church” as a Single Individual?
- Sin and choice.
- Abstracted God and authentic being.
- The paradox of Jesus.
- Being human before God.
- Being “me” before God.
Maybe some could be combined?!