8 edition of The convergent church found in the catalog.
The convergent church
|Statement||by Mark Liederbach and Alvin L. Reid.|
|Contributions||Reid, Alvin L.|
|LC Classifications||BV600.3 .L54 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008039315|
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Liederbach and Reid have written an excellent critique of the current "emergent church movement" and how to couple new ideas with traditional theology - hence the term convergent.
The book is divided into 3 parts. Part 1, "Where we are and how we got here," includes a general history of philosophy.5/5(2). This fascinating book goes beyond simply analyzing current trends. It reveals how innovative Christians are engaging in time-honored practices, creating new types of communities, which will shape the church to come.
Further, it shows us how we too might innovate while holding true to the essential practices of our gathered faith.5/5(1). Mark Liederbach and Alvin L. Reid wrote the book, The Convergent Church: Missional Worshipers in an Emerging Culture.
I had a chance to talk to them a. The Convergent Church book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This thought-provoking volume seeks to understand and evaluate the c /5.
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by Rev. Eric Elnes. Since I started writing about Convergence Christianity on this blog (here and here), and speaking about on our program and at the Wild Goose Festival, there has been a surprising amount of interest from the Christian response to this interest, Darkwood Brew The convergent church book holding a special minute world-wide conversation on Convergence Christianity on Sunday, August.
The outset of the book offers an understanding of the nature of a convergent church. In the mind of Reid and Liederbach a convergent church is one that takes the best of conventional convictions relating to doctrine and truth and the best from the Emergin Church Movement (ECM) regarding cultural engagement and relevance.
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Convergence Church, Charlotte, North Carolina. likes 18 talking about this were here. We desire to be disciples who make disciples and to be a church who plants and partners with other /5(13).
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This page is designed to provide resources on emerging church/emergent theology to those without easy access to a theological library. Many of the links below connect you to scanned, published books and articles made available by Google Books (often 75% of content).
This virtual bibliography collects these materials on one page. NB: For bibliographic management and notetaking. The Book of Common Prayer and other liturgical resources are also being blended with spontaneous praise and worship in convergence churches.
The Lord’s table is being celebrated with a greater understanding of the sacredness of the event, and churches are following the Christian year and church calendar more consistently as a means of taking. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Introduction: What is the "convergent Church"?Where we are and how we got here.
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