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Cults, Religions, and Spiritual Beliefs Bruce Bickel and Stan Jantz noscript=true}} By learning what other people actually believe we learn more and think more about our own beliefs. Plus in today's culture there's a lot of glorification and misunderstandings about the different religions and this gives you a chance to take a serious look and the truths and pitfalls of different faiths.
Most Moved Mover Clark H. Pinnock noscript=true}} An easy to understand view on Open Theology.
The Promise of Narrative Theology George W. Stroup noscript=false}} An introduction to Narrative Theology. It takes an easy to read view on the theology of Biblical Interpretation from the camp of Narrative Theology.