The Complex Christ Paperback

Signs of Emergence in the Urban Church

by Kester Brewin

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The Complex Christ

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As the body of Christ, we have to recognize that our top-down church structures are not 'working'. In the city at least, the Church is largely perceived as an institution that is out of touch, ignored by those it seeks to serve, and detached from the blossoming interest in things spiritual.

But what if the Church faced up to its fears, stepped down into the dark valleys and began to consider completely new ways of being? What if it explored the possibility of adopting an evolutionary - rather than revolutionary - approach to change?

Drawing in detail on the birth, life death and resurrection of Christ, as well as urban theory, art and social practice, this profound and imaginative book calls on the calls on the Church to dispense with tired structures and corporately 're-emerge'. Its message is compelling: only as a networked, bottom-up organism, responsive to the unique demands of the urban environment, will the Church once again begin to model the holy freedom of God.

The Complex Christ by Kester Brewin was published by SPCK in August 2004 and is our 34615th best seller. The ISBN for The Complex Christ is 9780281056699.

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Details for The Complex Christ

Author / Artist
Book Formatpaperback
PublisherSPCK (August 2004)
Number of Pages192
Thickness17 mm
Height197 mm
Width130 mm
Product Code93456
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