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Nomad

A spirituality for travelling light

Brandan Robertson

Paperback

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Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (8/11/2020)
Paperback (10/20/2015)

Description

‘The deeper I grow in my own faith as a Christian, the greater my desire to explore. My faith whets my appetite for discovering what God is doing in and through the world each and every day. This book is a chronicle of some of the most important lessons I have learned thus far. I write to encourage my fellow nomads who, like me, so often feel alone in their wanderings yet are a part of a much larger caravan of fellow wanderers seeking to discover for ourselves the meaning and mysteries of life.’

Part-autobiography, part-Christian spirituality, Nomad offers penetrating insight into the minds of the new generations of progressive evangelical followers of Jesus in the global Church. Themes include: community, war, redemption, wonder, grace, sexuality and the Eucharist. Nomad was originally commissioned and written for Destiny Image but the publisher cancelled the contract because Brandan refused to say that he did ‘not condone, encourage or accept the homosexual lifestyle’. DLT is proud to offer Brandan’s book for all readers wishing to hear and understand his powerfully-written, graceful, whole-life spirituality.

Darton Longman & Todd Ltd, 9780232532586, 192pp.

Publication Date: August 30, 2018



About the Author

Brandan Robertson is a evangelical thought-leader and commentator working at the intersections of spirituality, sexuality, and social renewal. He has written for TIME, The Washington Post, Religion News Service, and Dallas Morning News and regularly for Patheos, Sojourners, and The Huffington Post. He has been interviewed by outlets such as TIME Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and The Associated Press. A much sought-after speaker and consultant to churches, denominations, conferences and universities in North America, he will tour the UK and Ireland in June 2016