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Christian Piatt Interviews Philip Clayton on New Book

Christian Piatt interviews Philip Clayton on the new book. What are the major challenges to Christian belief today — from science, from philosophy, and from other religions? Is it still plausible to believe in the resurrection and, if so, in what sense? Do Christians have to believe everything in the same way, or do different

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Confronting the Predicament of Belief: The Quest for God in Radical Uncertainty

I just saw that the Kindle version of Confronting the Predicament of Belief: The Quest for God in Radical Uncertainty is now available on Amazon, and for only $6.39. We are hoping that the dialogical format for this new book will make it a great way to invite folks to wrestle with the “predicament of

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Marcus Borg and the New Face of Christianity

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/philip-clayton-phd/marcus-borg-jesus_b_6543744.html The internet is packed with responses to the news that Marcus Borg died a few days ago. ABC carried the original news release. Marcus’s colleagues at HarperOne wrote a beautiful piece to honor Marcus. Blogs byBarkley Thompson and The Naked PastorDavid Hayward stand out among the many personal pieces, and Patheos has just published

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A Call-out for Claremont School of Theology

On #GivingTuesday, many of us are taking a moment to pause and think about to be people and institutions we are grateful for. — I especially like the call from www.GivingTuesday.org for people to take an “Unselfie” for a change… It’s a good day for a call-out on behalf of the institution that has been

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Organic Marxism–available now!

I’m immensely excited that Organic Marxism: An Alternative to Capitalism and Ecological Catastrophe has just been published. Click on the link below for a description of the new book.  I’m sure it is the hardest-hitting book I have ever published. It’s time to name the deep connections between wealth, government policies, abuses by big business, and

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Contemplating Joy and Happiness

Ever wonder about the difference between joy and happiness? How is joy understood differently across the world religions? What does science have to say about joy? Here’s an interview that discusses these questions: ow.ly/CbekI.

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