A New Kind of Christian's conversation between a pastor and his daughter's high school science teacher reveals that wisdom for life's most pressing spiritual questions can come from the most unlikely sources. This stirring fable captures a new spirit of Christianity--where personal, daily interaction with God is more important than institutional church structures, where faith is more about a way of life than a system of belief, where being authentically good is more important than being doctrinally "right," and where one's direction is more important than one's present location. Brian McLaren's delightful account offers a wise and wondrous approach for revitalizing Christian spiritual life and Christian congregations.
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“Paul Michael’s depiction of Pastor Dan Poole as an earnest, struggling pastor in a crisis of faith is delivered in tones of genuine angst. When Poole approaches Neo, his daughter’s high school science teacher, to investigate leaving the pastorate for teaching, an interesting dialogue begins…The dialogue is overflowing with personal theology outside the biblical construct. Michael’s performance is excellent.”
About Brian D. McLaren
Brian D. McLaren is the author of fifteen books. A former college English teacher and former pastor for twenty-four years, he is an author, activist, public theologian, and frequent guest lecturer for gatherings in the United States and internationally. His work has been covered in Time magazine, and many other media outlets. He is a faculty member of the Living School at the Center for Action and Contemplation.
About Paul Michael
Paul Michael is an Audie Award-winning narrator. He has acted on stage, radio, television, and in feature films in Canada, Great Britain, and the United States. He has had leading roles in series and made-for-television movies and has guest starred in such series as VIP and Alias. He has been nominated for a Canadian Emmy (or Nellie) and has recorded over 150 audiobooks, including the international bestseller The Da Vinci Code, winning more than a dozen AudioFile Earphones Awards.