Where in the World is God?
Reflections on the Sacred Mystery
Imprint: Resource Publications
“All thoughtful people sometimes reflect on issues that are fragmented in academia into theology, philosophy, history, and science. The fragmentation into separate fields advances academic specializations, but it makes it very difficult for both academics and lay thinkers to work out realistic and relevant answers to the real human questions. Lay thinking is generally discouraged, and fragmented scholarship is often irrelevant. . . . We are very fortunate that there are a few exceptions. None is more helpful than Ken Dale. He focuses on questions that arise for Christians or ex-Christians who cannot make sense of simple traditional answers to important existential questions.”
—John B. Cobb Jr., The Center for Process Studies
“Kenneth Dale invites readers to share his own quest for an authentic understanding of God. . . . He poses questions, paradoxes, and possible ways forward with short, pithy paragraphs notable for their engaging conversational style and honesty. Along the way the reader learns about various currents and issues in both traditional and contemporary theology.”
—Bob Hurd, Seattle University, liturgical music composer