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The recent presidential election left faith leaders and their congregations between rock and a hard place, struggling with questions like:
How do we counteract our current epidemic of out-of-control “othering”?
How do we engage issues of justice and truth without alienating without deepening the divisions between people who disagree?
How do we maintain our sense of community without submerging our responsibility to seek justice and truth?
Paradoxy: Creating Christian Community Beyond Us and Them provides answers to these questions and more. I wrote Paradoxy for faith leaders and congregations to show that UNITY does not require UNIFORMITY – that getting to US does not require a THEM.
Paradoxy describes a radical middle way of honest, compassionate, and respectful dialogue between people who disagree, and shows congregations how to get there.
Paradoxy is designed for use for small group study, conflict transformation dialogue, faith leader education, and more. Each chapter has Biblical reflections and discussion questions.
Best of all, paperback copies of Paradoxy are available FREE (postage only) in two quantities:
- Single copies – for personal reading.
- Ten-packs – for group or congregational study and dialogue.
The Paradoxy 10-Pack for Group Study includes:
- 10 free copies of Paradoxy for the cost of postage
- Immediate free download of Paradoxy in PDF format
- Immediate free download of Paradoxy Conflict Transformation Facilitator’s Guide in PDF format, with handouts for various applications
- Free 30 minute introductory coaching session on putting Paradoxy to work in your congregation.
How to order:
- Single copies: $0.00 + $6.65 postage [click here to order]
- Ten-Packs for Group Study: $0.00 + $10.00 postage [click here to order]
- For groups larger than 10 persons: order additional 10-packs at $10.00 ea. [click here to order]
All non-Amazon versions include immediate FREE download of the Paradoxy Facilitation Guide for Conflict Transformation with handouts for various contexts.