Church After Christendom Paperback

by Stuart Murray;

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Church After Christendom

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How will the western church negotiate the demise of Christendom? Can it rediscover its primary calling, recover its authentic ethos and regain its nerve?

If churches are to thrive - or even survive - disturbing questions need to be confronted and answered. In conversation with Christians who have left the church and with those who are experimenting with fresh expressions of doing church, Stuart Murray explores both the emerging and inherited church scenes and makes proposals for the development of an ecclesiology suitable for a post-denominational, post-commitment and post- Christendom era. With chapters on mission, community and worship, this comprehensive and accessible book offers a vision of a way of being church that is healthy, sustainable, liberating, peaceful and missional

. "One of the best books that I have read on the reshaping of the church for mission in our changed cultural context. Highly recommended."
Graham Cray, Bishop of Maidstone

Church After Christendom by Stuart Murray was published by Paternoster Press in March 2005 and is our 15804th best seller. The ISBN for Church After Christendom is 9781842272923.

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Details for Church After Christendom

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherPaternoster Press (March 2005)
Number of Pages192
Thickness13 mm
Height203 mm
Width127 mm
Product Code96604
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