|Title:||The Post Evangelical|
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|Category:||Ministry and Evangelism|
|Publisher:||Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (September 2000)|
The Post Evangelical book. Something that makes sense. Author Dave Tomlinson encountered these same issues in Great Britain as he approached the writing of The Post-Evangelical. He quickly discovered that many in the church are hungering for a safe place to express their questions, doubts, and insights without being branded 'liberals' or--worse yet--'heretics. Far from skewering its subject, The Post-Evangelical actually endorses steps toward rather that away from the roots of e stridently challenging its man-made rules and regulations that have, for all intents.
The Post-Evangelical. The primary weakness of this book is that Tomlinson continually defines Post-Evangelicalism in terms of its contrast with, and implied superiority to, something else. As a result, it never stops defining traditional Evangelicalism from its own hyper-sensitive, critical (and frankly condescending, sometimes graceless) point of view. The Post-Evangelical half of the equation, as defined here, is inadequate to address the whole of life. Continually pitting the postmodern/poetic against the modern/scientific is an approach that will quickly come up short for any reader, regardless of his or her perspective.
com/books/about/The Post Evangelical. html?hl ru&id Qj7AwAAQBAJ. Ground-breaking and hugely controversial on first publication in 1995, this classic text pre-empted the emerging church movement, questioning whether the certainties of evangelical orthodoxy could survive in a postmodern world. An excellent book which takes a close look at the shortfalls of the Evangelical church tradition. While some of the observations made may seem off, and others off-putting, the overall value of this work in identifying failures which need to remedied in today's church is beyond question. Библиографические данные. The Post-Evangelical: SPCK Classic – with a new Preface.
The Post-Evangelical: SPCK Classic with a new Preface. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: SPCKReleased: Jul 17, 2014ISBN: 9780281073108Format: book. The Post-Evangelical - Dave Tomlinson.
Read "The Post-Evangelical SPCK Classic – with a new Preface" by Dave Tomlinson with Rakuten Kobo. Ground-breaking and hugely controversial on first publication in 1995, this classic text pre-empted the emerging church. The Post-Evangelical. SPCK Classic – with a new Preface.
Most who describe themselves as post-evangelical are still adherents of the Christian faith in some form.
The Post-Evangelical has helped me put my experience in context, looking at the history of the church, the rise of the evangelical movement, and the subsequent disillusion with this movement as we move from the "modern" to the "postmodern". Granted, these are amibiguous terms that tend to be overused and underexplained, but I believe Dave Tomlinson does as good a job as anyone at defining them. This book has been of invaluable help to me in understanding where I have come from and why I am finding it problematic.
Tomlinson and his colleagues hope to launch post-evangelicalism as a legitimate alternative to evangelicalism - the predominant form of conservative Christianity in both Great Britain and the United States. Determined to put distance between themselves and traditional evangelicals, Tomlinson offers his book as a manifesto for the new movement.