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Archive for August 2007

McLaren to the anarchists: Organize or die.

Take, for example, a church with an anarchist ecclesiology. (Don’t laugh-it’s more common than you think.) This ecclesiology sees problems in “the institutional church” (which is another term for “the church wherever it actually exists”) and concludes that they result… Continue Reading →

atheist digs house church

Jim and Casper Go to Church (Barna Books, 2007) is the book title of the adventures of Jim Henderson and Matt Casper as they traversed America, stopping off at different churches. They hit several well known ones and some unknown… Continue Reading →

clergy, happy as clams

My purpose in writing today is to highlight the contradictory reports about the job satisfaction of the clergy – not to consider whether such a class of people should exist. Over the years I have heard voices in the house… Continue Reading →