As the church continues to decline in North America, specifically in mainline denominations, a number of solutions have been proposed about how to solve this problem. There are those who see the need to cut ties with the church as we … Continue reading
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.
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
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
Calvin College hosted an emerging church symposium the other week that had four authors interacting with others on their upcoming book. And the four authors are fantastic guys: Jason Clark, Pete Rollins, Scot McKnight, and Kevin Corcoran. But anyways, I … Continue reading
Probably an author that you are not to familiar with goes by the name of Pete Ward. Pete is a professor at Kings College over in London and my professor mk made me familiar with some of his work a … Continue reading
On Friday, I had the privilege of visiting L’Abri in Rochester, Minnesota with one of my classes. And it was well worth the trip. In class, we recently began the study of Francis Schaeffer. For those who are unfamiliar with … Continue reading