Tag Archive for emerging/emergent

Emergence

Fads have become the engines that drive culture in the 21st Century. Corporations chase fads in order to profit from them in various ways. Corporations also create fads as a means of marketing their products. The ideal marketing program is…

Degenerent Orthodoxy

About the book, Generous Orthodoxy, by Brian McLaren. Tim Challies’ review of this book in December, 2004, is worth reading. According to the site www.generousorthodoxy.net, this is another instance of what is known as “Progressive Christianity,” formerly known as Liberalism.…

Root & Fruit

Scot McKnight writes in a Christianity Today article, Five Streams of the Emerging Church, “the emerging movement is radically Reformed. It turns its chastened epistemology against itself, saying, ‘This is what I believe, but I could be wrong. What do…

Why Men Hate Going To Church

p5rn7vb I just finished reading “Why Men Hate Going to Church.” Murrow’s book was very hopeful, until I finished it. He has put his finger on a real problem — the feminization of Christianity. But the problem is even wider,…

Born or Made?

From a Christian perspective it doesn’t matter whether homosexual orientation is genetic or learned. Rather, there are only two considerations pertinent to the issue of sin—any sin: 1) Can it be forgiven? And 2) is the sinner repentant? Being a Christian requires that each question be answered with an unqualified yes.