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    Most theologies suck.

    They’re too technical or present a God nobody understands. Sometimes, the God they portray sounds like a controlling boyfriend or an absentee parent. Rather than woo or persuade, many theology books clobber people into submission.

    This book is different. 

    Thomas Jay Oord presents a theology that makes sense. It fits the way we live our lives and matches our deepest intuitions. To the surprise of some, it harmonizes with sacred scripture...at least the good parts. And it promotes a genuinely loving God.

    Open and relational theology is controversial. 

    Oord and others have lost their jobs because they embrace it. Others have been booted from religious communities or shunned by families and friends. It’s that radical! Using understandable language and illustrations from everyday life, Oord explains the core ideas of open and relational theology. He reveals why this way of thinking is life-changing - for good - for so many. 

    This theology doesn’t suck.

    Buckle up!

    What they're saying...

    "Inviting!" (Beth Hayward, Souls in Soles Podcast)

    “Peace-Bringing!” (Chris Harman, Redrawing the Bath Podcast)

    "Timely!" (Cody Stauffer and Craig Morton, All That's Holy Podcast)

    "Stimulating!" (Greg Boyd and Dan Kent, ReKnew Podcast)

    "Accessible!" (Dustin Kensrue, Thrice and Carry the Fire Podcast)

    "Thought-Provoking!" (Gabriel Gordon, Misfits Theology Podcast)

    "User-Friendly!" (Glenn Siepert, What If? Podcast)

    "Tangible!" (Hayden Bruce, Pragmatic Christian Podcast)

    "Tantalizing!" (Jim Stump, Language of God Podcast)

    "Captivating!" (Jason Elam, Messy Spirituality Podcast)

    "Inspirited!" (Jay McDaniel, Conversations in Process Podcast)

    “Clear!” (Joe Smith and Drew Dunbar, Crisis of Faith Podcast)

    "Relieving!" (Joey Monteleone, Dismantle Podcast)

    "Prodigious!" (John Williamson, Deconstructionists Podcast)

    “Reinvigorating!” (Jon Steingard, Wonder & Mystery of Being Podcast)

    "Exciting!" (Josh Patterson and Marty Fredrick, (Re)thinking Faith Podcast)

    "Exceptional!" (Keith Giles, Peace Catalyst Podcast)

    “Inviting!” (Kurt Willems, Theology Curator Podcast)

    "Compelling!" (Loren Richmond Jr, Future Christian Podcast)

    "Clarifying!" (Mary-Anne and Andre Rabe, Question Your Answers Podcast)

    "Zesty!" (Mason Mennenga, A People's Theology Podcast)

    "Liberating!" (Melanie Mudge and Gary Alan Taylor, Holy Heretics Podcast)

    “Enlivening!” (Michael Frost, In the Shift Podcast)

    "Cosmic!" (Pete Enns and Jared Byas, Bible For Normal People Podcast)

    "Punchy!" (Ryan T. Mullins, Reluctant Theologian Podcast)

    "Conceptual!" (Seth Price, Can I Say This in Church? Podcast)

    "Radical!" (Shaleen Kendrick and Holland Fields, Desert Voices Podcast)

    “R-/evolutionary!” (Tim Victor, Urban Mystic Podcast)

    "Interrogating!" (Todd Littleton, Patheological Podcast)

    "Trailblazing!" (Todd R. Vick, Reconstruction Rebel Podcast)

    "Magnificent!" (Tripp Fuller, Homebrewed Christianity Podcast)

    Buy the book!

    ©2021 Thomas Jay Oord (P)2021 Thomas Jay Oord

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