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Publication Date: 20 Jul 2017
Publisher: SPCK Publishing
Page Count: 256
Author: Marcus J. Borg
ISBN-13: 9780281078257, 9780281078264

Days of Awe and Wonder

How To Be A Christian In The Twenty-First Century
By Marcus J. Borg
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Summary
Distilled into a single volume, here is the essence of Marcus J. Borg, one of the most widely respected and influential theologians of our time.

In his many critically acclaimed books, Borg pioneered a new kind of Christianity – one that resonates with progressive, socially engaged Christians throughout the world. Now, two years after his death, comes Days of Awe and Wonder, a selection of his most important works, some of them hitherto unpublished, in which he explores what it means to be a Christian in the twenty-first century.

Provocative and uplifting, this anthology will enlighten all who are meeting Borg for the first time and amply reward those who would like to renew their acquaintance with one of the world’s finest theological writers.
About the Author
Marcus J. Borg (1942–2015) was acclaimed by the New York Times as ‘a leading figure in his generation of Jesus scholars’. His books include Convictions (SPCK, 2014) Speaking Christian (SPCK, 2011) and Jesus (SPCK, 2011).
Press Reviews

Writing with a simplicity that never becomes simplistic, Borg manages to convey the essence of Christianity in a way that does justice to those who do not share his views and will greatly enrich the understanding of those who do.

- Frederick Buechner

Marcus Borg is a key force in the emerging ‘new paradigm’ of Christian faith.

- Walter Brueggemann

Profound, challenging, and engrossing.

- Karen Armstrong

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