this book in a book display at a Presbytery meeting. And thinking of all the times over the years I had said that there were words we needed to reclaim as part of our heritage and identity I was intrigued. But I had a good number of books waiting to be read and so I did not buy it at that time. But one day this year I was browsing through the Kobo list and saw that it was available as an e-book and decided it was time to grab it.
For those of us who have read Borg's other work, the theological bias in this book will hardly be a surprise. (And I would suggest that for those of us who continue to read Borg's work the bias is one we more or less share). What I like is that Borg encourages us to look beyond the assumed meaning of the words/terms and ask what else they could have meant to the communion of saints.
I think this book would be an excellent discussion starter in a Christian Education/Christian Development/Discipleship program.