What are the beliefs of the new movement known as the emerging church? In thought-provoking debate, prominent emerging leaders John Burke, Mark Driscoll, Dan Kimball, Doug Pagitt, and Karen Ward discuss their sometimes controversial views under the editorship of author and educator Robert Webber. Hear what they say about their views of Scripture, Christ, the atonement, other world religions, and other important doctrines, so you can come to your own conclusions about the emerging church.
www.thegracelifepulpit.com Phil is the Executive Director of Grace to You. He has been closely associated with John MacArthur since 1981 and edits most of John’s major books. But he may be best known for several popular Web sites he maintains, including The Spurgeon Archive and The Hall of Church History. www.thegracelifepulpit.com Video Rating: 5 / 5
Question by Aniruddha K: After record lawsuit settlement in the US, church sexual abuse scandals are emerging from Europe? Any hopes?
The Catholic Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph this week agreed to pay an Independence man $ 225,000, its biggest settlement ever in a case of alleged priest sexual abuse.
The Diocese of San Diego and the Diocese of San Bernardino, which broke off from its southern neighbor in 1978, agreed Sept. 7 to pay $ 198.1 million to settle lawsuits with 144 victims of sexual abuse by priests between 1938 and 1993.
In July 2007 Los Angeles archdiocese agrees to pay $ 660 million to 508 victims in what is by far the largest Catholic settlement of its kind
During the pope’s trip to Austria when it was still reeling from a sex abuse scandal that caused the resignations of Vienna’s archbishop in 1995 and the closure of a seminary near Vienna in 2004, after some 40,000 pornographic photographs were discovered on computers there.
Are these the values we aim to give our children and what sort of citizens can we expect them to be? Do we have to succumb to this organised ring of abuse?
Answer by FRAGINAL-NOYPI The grant of compensation for sexual lawsuits against priests will open floodgates of many cases against priests even when not supported with evidence but only to harass the Church to pay to eliminate bad publicity.
Series exploring the coming New World Order from a Christian perspective. In this part, how the Emerging Church is encouraging Christians to incorporate the paganism of Rome into their faith. This nearly eleven-hour journey through history, the Bible, theology and occult thought is now available as a four DVD set here: www.theapologeticsgroup.com www.facebook.com/thefuelproject Video Rating: 4 / 5
Christian Colleges that Promote Contemplative (New Age) Prayer www.lighthousetrailsresearch.com Rick Warren hosts ‘cult’ celebrity docs Features promoters of Eastern mysticism, universalism www.wnd.com Damnable heresies invading the Church A large number of Christians are unaware that literally truck loads of counterfeit Christians have gained access to pulpits, wormed their way into Church leadership, Christian organizations and are deeply entrenched in the so-called Christian entertainment industry. Call them what you will–false teachers/prophets, liberals/progressives, cultists, misinformed, misled, even looney tunes–the one thing they all have in common is that they have strayed from the truth…… www.newswithviews.com by Marsha West Rick Warren Play List – www.youtube.com They went out from us, but they were not of us; for if they had been of us, they would no doubt have continued with us: but they went out, that they might be made manifest that they were not all of us. 1John 2:19 List of ingredents: Robert Schuller Rick Warren Ravi Zacharias Brian McLaren Doug Pagitt Phyliss Tickle Henri Nouwen Joseph Cambell Larry Crabb Leonard Sweet Richard Foster Carl Jung Igatius Loyola John the Cross Richard Rohr Jason Clarke Erwin McManus Pierre Teilhard de Chardin Tony Blair Jean Paul Sartre Meister Eckhart Jean Paul Sartre Willow Creek Association YingYang Peter Veysie Brennan Manning www.ridgewayministries.co.za email@example.com WARNING: The Surgeon General of … Video Rating: 4 / 5
Though some think the emerging church movement is a passing fad that consists primarily of dissatisfied, unfulfilled young people, it is actually a rapidly growing new Christianity that continues to build momentum. In this talk, Ray Yungen unmasks the spirituality behind this movement its roots and its teachings. He explains the role that various popular figures have played in bringing about a spirituality that has direct ties to the New Age movement. It is essential that every believer know what the emerging church is all about and how this new spirituality is replacing the biblical Gospel of Jesus Christ with a mystical universalistic gospel that undermines the Cross and the foundations of true Christianity. 35 minutes DVD
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Feel caught between the traditional church and the emerging church? Discover a third way: deep church.
C. S. Lewis used the phrase “deep church” to describe the body of believers committed to mere Christianity. Unfortunately church in our postmodern era has been marked by a certain shallowness. Emerging authors, fed up with contemporary pragmatism, have offered alternative visions for twenty-first-century Christianity. Traditionalist churches have reacted negatively, at times defensively.
Jim Belcher knows what it’s like to be part of both of these worlds. In the 1990s he was among the pioneers of what was then called Gen X ministry, hanging out with creative innovators like Rob Bell, Mark Oestreicher and Mark Driscoll. But he also has maintained ties to traditionalist circles, planting a church in the Presbyterian Church of America.
In Deep Church, Belcher brings the best insights of all sides to forge a third way between emerging and traditional. In a fair and evenhanded way, Belcher explores the proposals of such emerging church leaders as Tony Jones, Brian McLaren and Doug Pagitt. He offers measured appreciation and affirmation as well as balanced critique. Moving beyond reaction, Belcher provides constructive models from his own church planting experience and paints a picture of what this alternate, deep church looks like–a missional church committed to both tradition and culture, valuing innovation in worship, arts and community but also creeds and confessions.
If you’ve felt stuck between two extremes, you can find a home here. Plumb the depths of Christianity in a way that neither rejects our postmodern context nor capitulates to it. Instead of veering to the left or the right, go between the extremes–and go deep.