Making an Idol of God

Examining the radical theology of Peter Rollins

In contrast to the dominant forms of Christianity, Peter Rollins argues that faith has nothing to do with upholding a religious identity, affirming a particular set of beliefs or gaining wholeness through conversion. Rollins’ thinks Christianity is a critique of these very things. His ‘anti-religious’ theory stands against the actual existing church and lays the groundwork for faith as a type of life in which one is able to celebrate doubt, ambiguity and complexity while deepening care and concern for the world as we find it.

Rollins will be channelled by Dr Robert Fitterer Podcast here