Brian D. McLaren
Former evangelical pastor Brian D. McLaren is a champion for a more loving, inclusive and contemplative Christianity. A faculty member at the Center for Action and Contemplation, he teaches ways to reconnect with the message Jesus lived and died for—unconditional love. He is the author of Faith After Doubt, The Great Spiritual Migration, and host of CAC’s podcast Learning How to See.
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“Do I Stay Christian?”
In “Do I Stay Christian?” Brian McLaren addresses in public the powerful question that many people – including pastors, priests and other religious leaders – are asking in private. Combining Brian’s own experience with that of individuals who have confided in him over the years, Brian challenges readers to make an honest and ethical decision about their religious identity.
All Souls’ Day CAC teacher Brian McLaren has a deep love for the natural world and all that it reveals about God and our place on the Earth: If we’d like to bring our…
What if we could reimagine the future of storytelling? In the last episode of Season 5 of Learning How to See, join in the conversation about how to create a new kind of space…
When we need to reorient ourselves in our shifting world, ONEING: Transitions offers wisdom. Read essays and poems from Brian McLaren, Richard Rohr, David Whyte, Cameron Trimble and more.
A Story from Brian
I remember when one of my sons, in first or second grade, summarized the Exodus story with an eye-roll. “It sounded far-fetched,” he said. I laughed because I never heard him say far-fetched before and because of his unvarnished honesty. I know doubt is a shameful secret to many, but what if doubt is actually like medicine, a nourishment that we need and so does our world?