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Church in Emerging Culture: Five Perspectives

de Leonard Sweet

Sèrie: Emergent Ys Series (9)

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What should the church look like today? What should be the focus of its message? How should I present that message? We live in as pivotal and defining an age as the Great Depression or the Sixties-a period whose definition, say some cultural observers, includes a warning of the church's influence. The result? A society measurably less religious but decidedly more spiritual. Less influenced by authority than by experience. More attuned to images than to words. How does the church adapt to such a culture? Or should it, in fact, eschew adapting for maintaining a course it has followed these last two millennia? Or something in between? These are exactly the questions asked in The Church In Emerging Culture by five Christian thinker-speaker-writers, each who advocate unique stances regarding what the church's message should be (and what methods should be used to present it) as it journeys through this evolving, postmodern era. The authors are: Andy Crouch-Re:Generation Quarterly editor-in-chief Michael Horton-professor and reformed theologian Frederica Mathewes-Green-author, commentator, and Orthodox Christian Brian D. McLaren-postmodernist, author, pastor, and Emergent senior fellow Erwin Raphael McManus-author and pastor of the innovative and interethnic L.A.-based church, Mosaic Most unique about their individual positions is that they're presented not as singular essays but as lively discussions in which the other four authors freely (and frequently) comment, critique, and concur. That element, coupled with a unique photographic design that reinforces the depth of their at-once congenial and feisty conversation, gives you all-access entrée into this groundbreaking discourse. What's more, general editor Leonard Sweet (author of SoulTsunami and AquaChurch, among several other acclaimed texts) frames the thought-provoking dialogue with a profoundly insightful, erudite introductory essay-practically a book within a book. The Church In Emerging Culture is foundational reading for leaders and serious students of all denominations and church styles.… (més)
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Five stars to Matthewes-Green: cogent, clear, and a good response to culture, even now (and least dated of the essays).
Andy Crouch's essay is good, and the ideas he presented have stuck with me much more than expected. The inter-text comments are annoying, and most especially against his essay: Crouch is correctly responding to culture as actually consumerist rather than properly postmodern.

The others can be skipped. ( )
  lote | Apr 24, 2020 |
Ficha Técnica:
ISBN: 978-85-383-0109-7
Páginas: 240
Formato: 23x18cm
Categoria : MINISTÉRIO: Pratica eclesiástica/Eclesiologia
Acabamento: Brochura
Autor: Leonard Sweet

Como deve ser a igreja nos dias de hoje?

Qual deve ser o foco de sua mensagem?

Como apresentar essa mensagem?

Vivemos numa época de definições tão cruciais quanto a Grande Depressão e a década de 1960 — períodos cuja definição, afirmam alguns observadores da cultura, incluem um declínio da influência da igreja.

Quais as consequências que isso traz? Uma sociedade visivelmente menos religiosa, mas decididamente mais espiritual. Influenciada menos pela autoridade e mais pela experiência. Sintonizada mais com imagens e menos com palavras. Como a igreja pode adaptar-se a esse tipo de cultura? Poderia a igreja esquivar-se dessa adaptação e manter a rota que tem seguido nos dois últimos milênios? Ou deve achar um meio-termo?

São exatamente essas as perguntas feitas por cinco pensadores, conferencistas e escritores cristãos em A igreja na cultura emergente. Cada um deles defende visões únicas quanto à mensagem da igreja (e quanto aos métodos a serem usados) ao mesmo tempo que esta prossegue sua jornada por uma era pós-moderna em evolução.

O que mais se destaca em suas posições individuais é que elas são apresentadas não como ensaios, mas como verdadeiras conversas das quais os outros quatro autores participam livremente e, várias vezes, contribuem com seus comentários, críticas e apoio. Tudo isso você tem em um projeto gráfico singular que reforça uma dinâmica amistosa e polêmica. O resultado é que o leitor tem livre e pleno acesso a esse diálogo de abalar estruturas.

E mais! O editor geral, Leonard Sweet (autor de Soultsunami e Aquachurch, entre outros textos aclamados) cerca essa provocante discussão com um ensaio introdutório de profunda percepção e grande erudição — praticamente um livro dentro de outro.

A igreja na cultura emergente é leitura de base para líderes e estudiosos sérios de todas as denominações e estilos eclesiásticos que estão interessados na renovação da Igreja.

OS AUTORES:

ANDY CROUCH — membro da equipe editorial da Books & Culture, e cofundador do IJM Institute

BRIAN D. MCLAREN — pós-modernista, autor, pastor e membro sênior da Emergent

ERWIN RAPHAEL MCMANUS — autor e pastor da Igreja Mosaic, iniciativa inovadora e interétnica

FREDERICA MATHEWES-GREEN — autora, comentarista, cristã ortodoxa

MICHAEL HORTON — professor e teólogo aposentado; editor-chefe da Modern Reformation em Los Angeles
  wbaltar | Sep 29, 2011 |
For those that have no understanding of the emerging church and the concepts surrounding it this is a decent read. However, the book lacks substantial depth and is more introductory in its discussions. The 5 contributors are all well published authors. They have all offered books with far more substance and insight. It is understood that they each only have limited space to make their case, yet they all seem to take the easy road and contribute well used rhetoric. This book fails to live up to the writings of any of the authors for those readers that are already familiar with the authors. It is worth a read, but be warned, if you are already well versed with the writings of these 5 authors, this book will seem redundant and tough to complete. ( )
  kdaugherty | Sep 15, 2008 |
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What should the church look like today? What should be the focus of its message? How should I present that message? We live in as pivotal and defining an age as the Great Depression or the Sixties-a period whose definition, say some cultural observers, includes a warning of the church's influence. The result? A society measurably less religious but decidedly more spiritual. Less influenced by authority than by experience. More attuned to images than to words. How does the church adapt to such a culture? Or should it, in fact, eschew adapting for maintaining a course it has followed these last two millennia? Or something in between? These are exactly the questions asked in The Church In Emerging Culture by five Christian thinker-speaker-writers, each who advocate unique stances regarding what the church's message should be (and what methods should be used to present it) as it journeys through this evolving, postmodern era. The authors are: Andy Crouch-Re:Generation Quarterly editor-in-chief Michael Horton-professor and reformed theologian Frederica Mathewes-Green-author, commentator, and Orthodox Christian Brian D. McLaren-postmodernist, author, pastor, and Emergent senior fellow Erwin Raphael McManus-author and pastor of the innovative and interethnic L.A.-based church, Mosaic Most unique about their individual positions is that they're presented not as singular essays but as lively discussions in which the other four authors freely (and frequently) comment, critique, and concur. That element, coupled with a unique photographic design that reinforces the depth of their at-once congenial and feisty conversation, gives you all-access entrée into this groundbreaking discourse. What's more, general editor Leonard Sweet (author of SoulTsunami and AquaChurch, among several other acclaimed texts) frames the thought-provoking dialogue with a profoundly insightful, erudite introductory essay-practically a book within a book. The Church In Emerging Culture is foundational reading for leaders and serious students of all denominations and church styles.

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