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Revelation Road

Revelation Road

If you’re reading this, we’re still alive. The end of the world has not occurred. But it can’t be long now, can it?

For two thousand years, the Book of Revelation has inspired countless conspiracy theorists, film-makers, writers and artists, as well as theologians and teachers. But why are we so bothered? After all, the end of the world still hasn’t turned up, and it’s been quite a while now.

When Nick Page wanted to get to the bottom of what this mysterious book is really all about, he realised there was only one way to go about it: he had to go to the land of apocalypse. Travelling to Patmos via the ruined cities of the seven churches of Revelation, determined to seek out a revelation of his own, Nick explores the culture behind Revelation, who wrote it, why they wrote it, and what it means for us today.

Mixing history, commentary, creative reconstruction and sun-crazed travelogue, here at last is the (perhaps not quite) final word on heaven, hell, the four horsemen of the apocalypse – and why the end of the world never does turn up when it’s supposed to.
We Make the Road by Walking

We Make the Road by Walking

‘If you’re new to the faith and seeking a good orientation, here you’ll find the introduction I wish I had been given.

If you’re a long-term Christian whose current form of Christianity has stopped working, here you’ll find a reorientation from a fresh and healthy perspective.

If your faith seems to be a lot of talk without much practice, I hope this book will help you translate your faith to action.

And if you’re a parent trying to figure out what you should teach your kids and grandkids, I hope this book will fit the need.’

We Make the Road by Walking is a year’s worth of reflections on the Bible, each one easily read aloud in ten to twelve minutes. Working with the framework of the church year, they provide a Genesis-to-Revelation overview of the Bible that can be used in a variety of ways: a year of church services, a year of weekly dinner-dialogue gatherings, a year of classes or online interactions, a series of retreats, or simply a rich reading experience.

Join Brian McLaren as he explores what it means to be alive in the way of Christ – reading, praying, meditating, discussing and acting our way through God’s word to us, the Bible.
Seeking Aliveness

Seeking Aliveness

Praise for We Make the Road by Walking: ‘innovative and refreshing’ – Christianity magazine

In his 2014 book We Make the Road by Walking Brian McLaren gave a basic orientation on what it means to be ‘a new kind of Christian’ through 52 sermons, working within the framework of the church year and providing a Genesis-Revelation overview of the Bible. It was designed to be used in church services and small groups, and was praised by New Testament scholar Paula Gooder and enthusiastically adopted by many.

Seeking Aliveness is a repurposing of this material for use by individuals, breaking up the text into daily devotions, along with the original suggested Bible readings and with a prayer, thought or action point for each day. Brian’s original writing is transformed beautifully into a daily read, for admirers of the original book as well as a new audience.

‘An ideal resource’ – Church Times
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