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by Dave Tomlinson
- ISBN: 0310253853
- Category: Christian Books
- Author: Dave Tomlinson
- Subcategory: Churches & Church Leadership
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Zondervan/Youth Specialties; Revised edition (September 9, 2003)
- Pages: 160 pages
- FB2 size: 1558 kb
- EPUB size: 1961 kb
- Rating: 4.9
- Votes: 536
The Post-Evangelical book
The Post-Evangelical book. Where Emergent leaders come into conflict with those doctrines, and they sometimes do, they're in danger and potentially dangerous. I say this not because I dismiss their ideas, but because I take them very seriously. The primary weakness of this book is that Tomlinson continually defines Post-Evangelicalism in terms of its contrast with, and implied superiority to, something else. As a result, it never stops defining traditional Evangelicalism from its own hyper-sensitive, critical (and frankly condescending, sometimes graceless) point of view.
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You believe in the God of the Bible--but you cringe when church leaders oversimplify, trivialize, and absolutize the faith. This book was published in 1995 and although still very acute and with some useful points it does somehow feel dated.
The Post-Evangelical. Ground-breaking and hugely controversial on first publication in 1995, this classic text pre-empted the emerging church movement, questioning whether the certainties of evangelical orthodoxy could survive in a postmodern world. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
Most who describe themselves as post-evangelical are still adherents of the Christian faith in some form. YouTube Encyclopedic. Criticisms of evangelicalism. Some post-evangelical criticisms of the evangelical church include but are not limited to
Ground-breaking and hugely controversial on first publication in 1995, this classic text pre-empted the emerging church.
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Many evangelical denominations split over slavery, with evangelicals in the southern United States establishing new branches that did not formally or openly call for abolition of slavery The term neo-evangelicalism was coined by Harold Ockenga in 1947 to identify a distinct movement within self-identified fundamentalist Christianity at the time, especially in the English-speaking world.
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