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    1. 4 Stars Out Of 5
      February 1, 2010
      Paul Powell
      Great content. The concepts described here are fantastic, but I do find it a little bit of a tough read with a lot of footnotes and higher level more theoretical concepts.
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      November 17, 2007
      David R. Bess
      This title is the best I have read yet on the missions church concept. While it is not an easy read, it does provides a multitude of insights on what it means for the church to go beyond the four walls of the church. Hirsch begins by defining the true missionary spirit of being a follower of Jesus Christ. He describes how the dawn of the age of Christendom stifled that spirit, and how the church has suffered enormously as a result. He then speaks of "Apostolic Genius" and "Communitas," two phenomenons both rooted in the early, New Testament church prior to Christendom.This book is a great read. Just be forewarned: it will shake to the core the traditional, "attractional" way of doing church!
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