"Prophets are rare in our culture and poets are needed in this challenging contemporary moment. Trey Ferguson is a poet and a prophet for such a time as this. " Otis Moss, III, Pastor, Trinity United Church of Christ, Chicago, author of Dancing in the Darkness Faith can get messy. Whether we're talking about personal beliefs or the ideologies shaping our institutions, there's a lot to wade through. As people drifting through and sometimes away from faith communities reexamine their convictions, there's more desire than ever to live freely and to grant our curiosity an audience. Theologizin' Bigger: Homilies on Living Freely and Loving Wholly, pastor, podcaster, and public theologian Trey Ferguson encourages you to re-engage your imagination and construct theologies that speak to our current contexts, just as people of faith have done throughout history. With personal stories and some lo-fi truth-telling, Ferguson leads us through topics like how we read the Bible, our inherited traditions, accountability, our value, and a faith that can shape tomorrow. Ferguson writes, "Theology requires imagination. The ability to imagine is part of what makes us human. And salvation is, in part, a rehumanization project." You don't have to ignore your nagging doubts and honest questions. You don't have to check any part of yourself at the door. You can live freely and love wholly. When you're Theologizin' Bigger, you get to decide where the crown goes.
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