There Is No God and Mary Is His Mother: Rediscovering Religionless Christianity
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About the Author
Thomas Cathcart is the author or coauthor of six books, including the New York Times bestseller Plato and a Platypus Walk into a Bar (2007), Heidegger and a Hippo Walk through Those Pearly Gates (2009), and The Trolley Problem, or Would You Throw the Fat Guy Off the Bridge? (2013). He has been a college instructor, a hospital administrator, a social worker with inner-city gangs, a hospice director for patients with HIV/AIDS, and a lay leader in many congregations. He lives in upstate New York.
"Cathcart has written just the kind of book I have been trying to write for many years, but have only rarely succeeded. I know that I will recommend it." --Harvey Cox, author of The Secular City
"In a world swirling in supremacy culture, this book helps us navigate how to embody an ethics of engagement from a place of care of self and other." --Robyn Henderson-Espinoza, author of Activist Theology
"Warning! Handle this timely exploration of 'religionless Christianity' with care. Its potent medicine provides a wise and witty--yet deadly serious--antidote to mindless dogmatism, heartless moralism, and other forms of toxic religiosity." --Marvin Ellison, author of Making Love Just: Sexual Ethics for Perplexing Times