Coffeehouse Theology by Ed Cyzewski
Reflecting on God in Everyday Life

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Theology should breathe life and unity among God's people, but today’s culture creates a barrier of ignorance and misunderstanding in the study of God. Author Ed Cyzewski seeks to build a method for theology that is rooted in a relationship with God and thrives on dialogue.

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Ed Cyzewski obtained his MDiv from the Biblical Theological Seminary. During his studies there, he began to investigate the new things God is doing in the church, including Christianity’s interaction with postmodernism, and has been seeking ways to help the church thrive in a shifting culture. He blogs on theology at and on writing at He also serves as the chair of the Northshire Nonprofit Network.
Published August 21, 2008 by NavPress. 112 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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Freelance theologian Cyzewski enters into the Emergent conversation from the conservative end of the evangelical spectrum. He urges readers to explore theology while reassuring them that they don't ha

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