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Complex Christ: Analyse und Auseinandersetzung

Ian Mobsby von Mootlog nimmt Complex Christ in einem Artikel unter die Lupe. Eine sehr gute pro-con Analyse. Ich bin schon länger darüber im Nachdenken, wie Bewegungen ohne theologische Power in ein paar Generationen flach und kraftlos werden (Beispiel: viele Methodisten). Damit progressive Gemeinde eine Chance hat, braucht es Leute, die theologisch durchsteigen und die Zeiten kennen (wie Francis Schaeffer, GK Chesterton...).

"For a western world that is increasingly privatised and individualistic, a post modern…form of religion has no guarantee of longevity…it becomes fashion-conscious, short term and culturally relative.” (M Percy, 1998). These are real problems if ‘fresh expressions’ or as Kester puts it ‘emergent church’ is really going to flourish. The major mistake of Protestantism is that they saw getting on with mission as a priority and that church just happens. This is the view that Pete Ward often puts when talking about ‘Liquid Church’. It is my experience that healthy church never ‘just happens’ but needs to be carefully built."

gepostet von marlster am 1/28/2005 11:48:00 vorm..

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SIYACH (hebrew) - to meditate, to ponder, to converse with oneself, and hence aloud; to utter or commune, complain, declare, meditate, muse, pray, speak, talk with (God in prayer, etc.) or it could be with another believer or group of believers--speaking one's thoughts about a passage of Scripture or words to a hymn, etc., etc.