Finding a New Christian Faith Along the Highways of America
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On Easter 2006, Eric Elnes and several companions set out to walk from <st1: place w: st="on"><st1: City w: st="on">Phoenix</st1: City>, <st1: State w: st="on">Arizona</st1: State></st1: place> to the nation’s capital. They dreamed of fostering deeper conversations about what it means to be progressive Christians in an age of fundamentalism. On their journey they discovered thousands of people in every state—red and blue—and every kind of chu welcomed them and shared their hunger for relationship and conversation about what it means to be  Christian. <i>Asphalt Jesus</i> tells the story of the journey and further articulates a joyous and loving faith that moves beyond simple categories of “Christian Right” and “Christian Left.” <p>   <p> <i>Asphalt Jesus</i> builds on the author Eric Elnes’s previous book, <i>The <st1: City w: st="on"><st1: place w: st="on">Phoenix</st1: place></st1: City> Affirmations.</i> Arising from the three great loves that the Bible reveals (love of God, love of neighbor, and love of self), these twelve affirmations reflect commitments to environmental stewardship, social justice, and artistic expression as well as openness to other faiths. Transcending theological and culture wars, inclusive and generous in spirit and practice, these principles allow believers and seekers ali to affirm their Christian faith in a fresh way. <p>
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