Church In The Present Tense Paperback
A Candid Look at What's Emerging
by Jason Clark; Kevin Corcoran; Peter Rollins; Scot McKnight;
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Church In The Present Tense
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The church movement has many underlying cultural, theological, and philosophical themes that are explored by the four authors, Jason Clark, Kevin Corcoran, Peter Rollins and Scot McKnight. Each of these four authors are an expert in their field and this allows for a scholarly analysis of the emerging church movement. Among the topics discussed are the foundations for this movement and the consequences it has created and is yet to create.
Also included in the book is a sixty minute DVD that compliments the book. Highlights of this DVD include an interview with Rowan Williams.
Church In The Present Tense by Jason Clark; Kevin Corcoran; Peter Rollins; Scot McKnight was published by Baker in April 2011 and is our 45413th best seller. The ISBN for Church In The Present Tense is 9781587432996.
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Church in the Present TenseTim Goodall, via The Good Book Stall
Brought together in this wonderful little book on the emerging church are four thinkers, theologians, writers and practitioners who all have a long history within the emerging church, and significant interaction with it on an academic level. In my years of reading books from the emerging church, there is no doubt that this collection of eight essays is by far the most incisive discussion of the fundamental changes and challenges that the emerging movement presents to the rest of the church.
Spanning philosophy, theology, worship, and doctrine, this collection gets right into the depths of the issues in each area - providing a level-headed discussion and argumentation along with an appreciation that the whole church is on the same side, which is a pleasant and vital change from the often-too-sharp rhetoric that emanates from some in the emerging camp.
Particularly impressive within this collection are Jason Clark's essays deconstructing consumerist liturgies whilst emphasising the fact of liturgy in everyday life, and Scot McKnight's essays on Scripture and Atonement that make small steps towards bridging the divide between more traditional evangelicals and the emerging church.
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|Page last updated||23rd July 2017|
|Author / Artist||Jason Clark; Kevin Corcoran; Peter Rollins; Scot McKnight|
|Publisher||Baker (April 2011)|
|Number of Pages||176|