Coffeehouse Theology: Reflecting on God in Everyday Life by Ed Cyzewski just came out, and for those who are interested in approaching God, life, and lived out theology not just from an single access point (for instance, like objective truth) this book posits an interesting perspective with a postmodern sensibility.
Ed agreed to let me pick his brain, and ask him some questions about some ideas from his book, at my blog and your thoughts, comments, questions, or even gripes are welcome.
This book offers plenty of resources for additional reading, which is great too. It brings up things some of us often wonder about...like how do we truly live what we believe in light of what we can really know about God, in history, and in all his mystery....what role can, does, or should Scripture have in knowing God. . . how does the church integrate the global church perspective ...where does tradition fit in.. should it? cultral context .. and mission of God and church... lots to chew on and good stuff, especially for a few people to tackle together, I liked the study guide companion for that.
Hope you can participate.