For so many, the Christian faith is viewed as little more than a drug that enables the weak to escape reality. An opiate that helps its users to avoid facing the injustice of the world and making a stand against it. In short, the Christian faith is perceived to be a counter-revolutionary ideology that keeps people passive, infantile, and ineffectual.
In contrast, Peter Rollins has crafted a series of parables that shatter this popular perception. Parables that demonstrate how radical faith has never been concerned with escaping the world we inhabit but rather with engaging it more fully. That genuine Christian faith has never capitulated to injustice but rather fought against it at every turn.
These parables outline a non-religious approach to a subversive message of Christianity, one that is not concerned with questions regarding theism and atheism, but rather one that invites us into a different way of living in the world.
©2008 Paraclete Press (P)2013 Peter Rollins
Peter Rollins has tapped into the mystical genre of parable to articulate 33 incredibly nuanced and relatable tenets of faith.
From theodicy, heresy and infidelity to love, hope and sacrifice, Rollins leads the listener to unique alternate worlds where one can entertain hypotheticals that have real world implications.
These parables will be so important for so many.
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