Divine Nobodies

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Beschreibung

Zusammenfassung Don Miller meets Anne Lamott meets Brian McLaren in this tale of shedding religion and plunging into uncharted depths of knowing God. Jim Palmer! emergent pastor! shares his compelling off-road spiritual journey and the unsuspecting people who became his guides. Informationen zum Autor Jim Palmer is author of widely acclaimed Divine Nobodies and Wide Open Spaces. He encourages the freedom to imagine! dialogue! live! and express new possibilities for being an authentic Christian. With an MDiv from Trinity Divinity School in Chicago! Jim has also worked in pastoral ministry! inner-city! service! and international human rights work. Through writing! speaking! blogging! conversation! and friendship Jim is a unique voice for knowing God beyond organized religion. He and his wife! Pam! and daughter! Jessica! live in Nashville. Jim is a triathlete! enjoys eating pizza! and has a dog named Jack. You can find Jim at divinenobodies.com and on Facebook and Twitter. Klappentext Palmer! founder of an innovative emerging church! shares his sometimes poignant! sometimes hilarious! always compelling journey to authentic faith as it is intersected by the oddest of characters.

Autorentext

Jim Palmer has a Master of Divinity degree from Trinity Divinity School in Chicago. He was a successful Senior Pastor before he left institutional church and organized religion to explore new dimensions of his relationship with God. He chronicled his journey in, Divine Nobodies: Shedding Religion to Find God and Wide Open Spaces.



Klappentext

Palmer, founder of an innovative emerging church, shares his sometimes poignant, sometimes hilarious, always compelling journey to authentic faith as it is intersected by the oddest of characters.

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Produktinformationen

Titel
Divine Nobodies
Untertitel
Shedding Religion to Find God (and the unlikely people who help you)
Autor
EAN
9780849913983
ISBN
978-0-8499-1398-3
Format
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Herausgeber
Harper Collins (US)
Genre
Religion & Theologie
Anzahl Seiten
224
Gewicht
235g
Größe
H211mm x B139mm x T16mm
Jahr
2006
Untertitel
Englisch
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