back over two years of emergingchurch.info, one can see prominent
themes emerging in the stories and reflections that have appeared
on the site. This month we have two responses to previous articles
on two hot topics:
Emerging theology continued...
HARVEST : Kent : UK
"Reading Ian Mobsby's piece on Theology
for the Emerging Church (10.05) struck a chord. It made me
think back over what we've been learning here at HARVEST new Anglican
church. We've been doing emerging theology without realising it..."
The Disengaged and the Trapped
Adrian continues the theme explored in several stories on the
site - is the emerging church going to help the Church rediscover
its passion for the oppressed and ignored in society?
for the original articles which prompted the above responses?
Is there a distinctive theology for the emerging church?
Moot : London UK
style and no substance? Ian explores the tension and inconsistencies
at the heart of the emerging church.
a sink estate somewhere in the south... what do community
woodland, organic vegetables and the emerging church have
ReSource - my experience
'emerging church' has emerged enough into the mainstream to spawn
books, theology and training courses.
Over the coming
months we aim to discover the what, where and when of some of
the leading emerging church courses and seminars.
We begin with a first-hand account of Re:Source which begins its
second course in the UK in January 2006.
2.0 ...a missional ecclesiastic response to a culture influenced
by the values of Web 2.0...
for all you tech-heads out there - Andrew Jones reflects on
current internet thinking and wonders if the church should be
thinking the same way: this month's PICK
OF THE BLOGS
loosely categorised the site's content into:
[BEGINNERS GUIDE] NEW!
new to this site? start here for a crash course on the emerging
real people, real life, real faith
academic articles, random thoughts, deep theology - it's all
hot topics, making links, just saying hello... do it on our
our monthly 'pick of the blogs' plus a few pointers to who's
blogging from their journey in the emerging church
it's a lava lamp. it's a prayer. it's new. and it's online now.
other websites discussing, debating and documenting the emerging
if you really, really, need to know the why, when, who and how
of this site
can't decide what to look at?
why not visit this month's