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God Unbound

God Unbound

Wisdom from Galatians for the Anxious Church

by Elaine A. Heath

"Heath grounds her message in one of the core texts that leveraged the Protestant Reformation, inviting us to move with the Spirit into the new Reformation now so clearly unfolding." —Paul Nixon, coauthor, "Weird Church: Welcome to the Twenty-first Century!"

About the Book and Author

About the Book and Author

Elaine Heath extends an invitation to broaden our view of God by moving beyond the walls of buildings and programs to become a more diverse church than we have ever imagined.

Read an Excerpt From

Read an Excerpt From "God Unbound"

"Paul's vision in Galatians does not threaten the true gospel, which proclaims the tradition behind the tradition. It only threatens a church that subsumes the gospel to institutional priorities, doing so in the name of tradition."

Church: Can We Get Over Ourselves?

Church: Can We Get Over Ourselves?

Elaine Heath

The church that gets over itself is the church that will join God’s great adventure unfolding before our eyes, the new reformation.

A Church Renewed: A Q&A with Elaine Heath

A Church Renewed: A Q&A with Elaine Heath

"We are at the front end of a new reformation, which will likely take many decades to unfold. I am excited to be part of this era of the church’s life, to be able to participate in the new thing that God is doing."

Praise for

Praise for "God Unbound"

"Rare is the theologian who can be both clear-eyed about the mess the church is in and genuinely inspiring about what God can yet do. Elaine Heath does both beautifully." —Jason Byassee, Butler Chair in Homiletics and Biblical Hermeneutics, Vancouver School of Theology

Book Roundtable: Continue the Conversation with our Bloggers

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The Asparagus of the New Testament Canon

David Swartz

As the saying goes: If we don't like something, it must be because we haven't had it prepared the right way.

Wisdom from Galatians for the Anxious Us

Wisdom from Galatians for the Anxious Us

Jennifer Woodruff Tait

"God Unbound" presents a good, if difficult, prescription. Elaine Heath sounds hopeful that we can accomplish it.

"God Unbound": On the Nontraditional Traditions

Kerry Connelly

"God Unbound" is a call for the church to make room in its coffers for the mystical and its perpetrators: the mystics.

"God Unbound": An Interview With Author Elaine Heath

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