Dear Friend,

Living the Questions has written a wonderful new book called Living the Questions: The Wisdom of Progressive Christianity. We want to help them! Come join us on December 12th -- a surge of sales on Amazon increases the likelihood of it becoming more readily available to a larger audience. We want to support this book because it is an excellent introduction to progressive Christianity and the purchase of this book anywhere books are sold or downloaded can help bring progressive Christianity into the public realm. It is especially important in these days of transition that we spread the light in any way we can.

Can you help by purchasing this book on this special day: 12-12-12?

Thank you!
~ Fred Plumer, President,
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Bringing together the voices of top Bible scholars and church leaders —including Marcus Borg, Diana Butler Bass, John Dominic Crossan, Helen Prejean, and John Shelby Spong—pastors David Felten and Jeff Procter-Murphy present a lively and stimulating tour of what it means to be a "progressive" Christian. Based on the bestselling DVD course of the same name, Living the Questions explores matters many churches are afraid to address including the humanity of Jesus and homosexuality, and examines in a new light traditional faith topics such as the Bible, atonement, salvation, the rapture, and more.

Living the Questions: The Wisdom of Progressive Christianity
by David M. Felten and Jeff  Procter-Murphy

Among the most dynamic and talented clergy in the world, David Felten and Jeff Procter-Murphy speak with high levels of credibility to the deep and abiding human hunger that yearns for a Christian future.
  ~Bishop John Shelby Spong  

“This has been sorely needed for years. Felten and Procter-Murphy provide an unusual clarity about the issues that commonly confuse and divide people in our churches today and then open a pathway to a more vital and even exciting way to approach the Christian faith in the 21st century.”
~Fred C. Plumer, President,

"...virtually a manifesto of progressive Christianity.”
~Marcus Borg