Monthly Archives: April 2009

Branches of the Emerging Church

Mark Sayers has written a blog post exploring the different forms of the emerging church that are starting to become discernible. Groups include the Neo-Anabaptists, the Neo-Calvinists, the Neo-Missiologists and several others. Very good piece done by Sayers.

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Old and New

A wonderful article by Johnny Baker exploring how tradition and innovation do not necessarily have to form a dichotomy. Instead, they should complement one another in a way that the practices of the church are grounded in tradition and yet … Continue reading

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Emerging Church Definition

Nadia Bolz-Weber, a Lutheran pastor in Denver, wrote a definition of the emerging church for Sojourners. Here’s a the majority of the article, but if you want to read more, here are the links for the article, her church, and her blog. … Continue reading

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Christian Eschatology

Scot McKnight posted a five-part series on the future of Christian eschatology. Worth a look. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5

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Quotes

Some quotes that have been piling up on my desk: “The amateur can afford to lose; the expert is the man who stays put.” – Marshall MacLuhan “Be anything you like, be madmen, drunks, and bastards of every shape and … Continue reading

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Photo Blog

Christianity Today has put out an art blog which I think is fantastic. Here are a couple of my favorites: When He Comes Treasures

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Creation and the Glory of God

This will be the last of my Lake Powell reflections. It correlates directly with what the topic of discussion of the Day of Learning at Northwestern was centered on today: creation care. It was a common occurrence over the course of … Continue reading

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