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Ken Silva Radio Interview at Christian Research Net

Ken Silva Radio Interview at Christian Research Net

I had to laugh out loud at this one. For those unfamiliar with him, Ken Silva is a rabid opponent of emergent anything. I normally just ignore it when a post about him shows up in my technorati search. But this was just too funny.

Those involved in an Emergent church are especially encouraged to call so we can help you escape and warn others.

Ch 2: The aftermath of theology - How (Not) to Speak of God

(Link to introductory post)

Ch 1: God rid me of God - How (Not) to Speak of God

My notes and thoughts on Chapter 1 of Peter Rollin's "How (Not) to Speak of God

How (Not) to Speak of God

How (Not) to Speak of God How (Not) to Speak of God by Peter Rollins, is a great book to read for those of us "old folks" who don't quite "get" this whole "postmodern" thing, specifically as it relates to the emerging movement.

NextReformation » becoming

Around the Dinner Table | CrossLeft

Kety at CrossLeft.org has written about a dinner recently between a group of people which was, apparently, specifically set up to encourage a dialog between people of faith and those with a secular point of view.

An alternative to confrontation

A good article on "objective" vs "subjective"

Alan Hartung over at A Different Perspective has written a good article on objective vs subjective. I was going to write a comment there, but it got too long, so I decided to post it here instead.

OYB Feb 17th

OYB: February 17th Readings

The one I focused on today was Mark 2:21-22, which speak of not putting new cloth onto a tear in an old garment, and not putting new wine into old wineskins. I'm familiar with these passage, of course. I've always seen it as a rejection of the "old" (the pharasees, etc) in favor of the new. Today, though, I had this gut feeling that I was missing something. These two verses seemed so out of place.

Brian McLaren responds

I know that Wendy posted an article about this in her blog, but I saw this today, which is a response by Brian McLaren to all of the controversy stirred up by his original comments.

Leadership Blog: Out of Ur: Brian McLaren on the Homosexual Question 4: McLaren's Response


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