Christianity and the loss of the Sacred Object


Peter Rollins introduces the idea that Christianity is not concerned with what one believes, but rather describes a type of life that enables us embrace doubt, complexity and ambiguity. A theme he explores in The Divine Magician.

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Ben is one of the founders and editors of New Roots. When he isn't managing the web site, he can usually be found working on his web design agency or down the pub discussing theology.

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