WHAT THEY ARE SAYING
“Phyllis Tickle–this time ably assisted by Jon M. Sweeney–continues to document the emergence of a new church, and always with a keen eye to what’s gone before. Attentiveness to the Holy Spirit, which this book has in spades, will surely be a hallmark of the next epoch of Christianity. Herein, the ancient and the postmodern walk down the aisle, wedded once and for all.” —Tony Jones (tonyj.net), theologian-in-residence at Solomon’s Porch and editor of Phyllis Tickle: Evangelist of the Future
On Sale December, 2013
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In preparing for my retirement from public life, I am no longer accepting new speaking engagements. All contracts that were in place on 1 March 2013, along with those that were in negotiation at that time, will be fulfilled.
I recognize, with a heart full of gratitude, that it has been a thing of both privilege and joy for me to speak in public forums about what I believe as well as about what I believe I am supposed to speak. There is, however, a time to be silent, to listen again, and then to speak whatever is still to be said in the more universal and broadly accessible format of writing and electronic media. I shall move to that now, with every hope that our mutual prayers will govern and inform whatever any one of us does over the coming…and pivotally important…next few years.