Remixing The Church: Towards An Emerging Ecclesiology
Remixing The Church: Towards An Emerging Ecclesiology  -     By: Doug Gay
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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: SCM Press
Publication Date: 2011
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)
ISBN: 0334043964
ISBN-13: 9780334043966

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The Emerging Church movement is a key part of the current landscape of Christianity.The term 'emerging church' is not without its critics. It is used both by those who participate in new worship communities such as those represented at Greenbelt and by those who are suspicious of the claim that the emerging church presents something radically new. Doug Gay attempts to look beyond such polarization and to articulate a hermeneutical process of audit, retrieval, unbundling and remixing of key elements of traditional Christian practice.Remixing the Church has the potential to become a standard work on contemporary ecclesiology.

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"Gay's book lays out a clear five-point strategy for shaping his own part of the body of Christ for the future: auditing, retrieving, unbundling, supplementing, and remixing."

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