Is God Dead? No, but our faith may be ailing
Today is the 50th anniversary of Time magazine's famous -- and at the time highly controversial -- cover featuring the "God is dead" theological movement. The paradox of a theology that wants to talk about God without God is still with us, or so I have suggested in my article on the subject.
Certainly one can go to church and hear a lot about the ethical dimension of Christian faith -- being kind to our neighbour, caring for the poor and marginalised, looking after the environment -- but somehow miss hearing about God himself, what else he wants of us, what he wants to do for us if we will only let him. But without such strong food, will Christians -- and others -- be able to withstand the pressure to conform to the new and rather dubious ethics evolving around the sexual rights agenda?
|Is God Dead? No, but our faith may be ailing|
Carolyn Moynihan | ABOVE | 8 April 2016
Christians need a theology that talks about God to stay strong.
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