Monthly Archives: March 2009

ReJesus is here

I received a copy of ReJesus, A Wild Messiah for A Missional Church , by Michael Frost and Alan Hirsch, to review for viral bloggers.  I'm just thumbing through it and will start it this week.  These two authors always stretch … Continue reading

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I Finished The Great Emergence

I’ll write a review of Phyllis Tickle’s The Great Emergence:  How Christianity is Changing in the next week, but wanted to give my recommendation if you haven’t read it yet.  Phyllis has this video up on her site and its … Continue reading

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A Great Day to Learn About The Iona Community

About the Iona Community – The Iona Community. Our movement We are full Members, Associate, Youth and Staff Members, Volunteers and Friends of the Iona Community.¬†What we share, expressed in many different ways, is an experience of the liberating power … Continue reading

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More on Kindle

I was reading about the Kindle and Church (see post earlier this week) at the same time that a new iPhone app (its free by the way) came out to make Kindle accessible for iPhone users.  I decided to give … Continue reading

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Intertribal Pow Wow

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Kindle and the Church

Chuck Warnock has an article on Ethics Daily about the future of churches, inspired by his contemplation of the future of books in light of Kindle 2 arriving on the scene. Though I fancy myself as quite green in my … Continue reading

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Watching “You Read That in the Bible?”

Slate V. has a video up of David Plotz discussing his book Good Book and using the story of Dinah and the circumcision of the men in her family as an example of “the bizarre, hilarious, disturbing, marvelous and inspiring … Continue reading

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