- Language: English
- 88 Pages
- Published: November 2011
- Region: Canada, United States
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Resonating the Gospel within a Post Christian Culture. Edition No. 1
- Published: May 2008
- 132 Pages
- VDM Publishing House
Throughout history, the gospel has been contextualized to resonate within a specific cultural group. This was true through the work of St. Patrick as well as during the reformation and renaissance. How will the emergence of contextualized Christianity reoccur again within the post Christian world? How will the gospel resonate within a postmodern culture? This book attempts to identify a contextualized Christianity to the emerging postmodern culture by researching and evaluating the early birthing preperations of a church within a church missional community. How can the existing church create new space to resonate the gospel with post Christian people groups? What can the existing ministry learn from this new missional community and vice versa? What are the theological underpinnings supporting this approach? There is an emerging cultural rift a foot and this research and work can help resource existing churches who desire to navigate within this new terrain.
Todd Harrington, DMin: Studied Postmodern Theology at Drew University Theological School focusing on how the established church can provide new space to reach post Christian people. Currently, Minister of Spiritual Formation at Dawson Family of Faith, Birmingham, Al.