Tag Archives: emergent church

The Jesus who isn’t Good enough… Emergents.

February 6, 2010

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In a recent broadcast, Doug Pagitt, a well known spokesperson for the Emergent Church had something interesting to say.  His guest on the show was Chris Rosebrough (from Pirate Christian Radio) and the  topic was the Gospel message.  Commenting on Rosebrough’s definition of the Gospel (which Rosebrough summarized as repentance and the forgiveness of sins in Jesus name), Pagitt’s […]

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Love God & Love others…Seriously??

January 22, 2010

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“Love God and love others.”  It is a modern english summary of the greatest commandment found in Mark Chapter 12.  But let’s take a quick look at exactly what the Scripture really says:  “One of the teachers of religious law was standing there listening to the debate. He realized that Jesus had answered well, so […]

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Some thoughts on the Modern Church

January 16, 2010

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The folks over at 9 Marks have some interesting articles posted right now on how many American Churches have allowed themselves to be influenced by liberal heresies because of their zeal to reach out to the culture.  Read the intro below, and if you want some good browsing, go check it out. In general, the danger of liberalism, […]

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Emergent Church, Rob Bell and the nooma videos

January 3, 2010

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If you are not familiar with the Emergent Church, you need to be.  This movement is an outright attack on the Bible and Jesus Christ.  It is  usually presented very artistically with real life issues being addressed.  The NOOMA videos produced by Rob Bell (one of the leaders of this movement) is one of their most […]

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“That Doctrine is just a Reaction…”

January 3, 2010

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When they say “That Doctrine is just a Reaction…” you should have a reaction…you should run!  What could I possibly mean by that?  Well, let me share with you something I have noticed.  This is not Scripture, so please do not take it as such.  It is just a common trend I see happening in local […]

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