Posts Tagged ‘Emergent’

Well, I’ll admit it.  I’m procrastinating.  I should be writing a seminary paper on podcasting.  But at the moment I’m pondering more about non-linear, emergent, participatory, ambient music. Yeah, I know.  You were thinking the exact. same. thing! Specifically, I’m looking forward to Via Crucis :: Immerison 2010 that we’ll be creating this Spring. (if […]

Been pondering what makes churches (ministries?) emerging.  Here are what a couple books point to: Emerging Churches: Creating Christian Community in Postmodern Cultures Eddie Gibbs, Ryan K. Bolger Identifying with Jesus Transforming Secular Space Living as Community Welcoming the Stranger Serving with Generosity Participating as Producers Creating as Created Beings Leading as a Body Merging […]

Link: willzhead: A Response to Bill Easum’s Thoughts on the Emerging Church This industrial cycle is one that Easum stands at the end of, and one that was largely driven by a scientific epistemological approach to ecclesiology. This epistemology affected the way Christians conceptualized being a follower of Jesus and greatly influenced the kind of […]