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Metavista: Bible, Church and Mission in An Age of Imagination

Paperback|Apr 2008
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The core narrative of Christianity, the book that conveys it (the Bible) and the institution of the church have been marginalised by the development of modernity and post-modernity. Strangely, post-modernity created an opportunity for religious thinking and experience to re-enter...


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The core narrative of Christianity, the book that conveys it (the Bible) and the institution of the church have been marginalised by the development of modernity and post-modernity. Strangely, post-modernity created an opportunity for religious thinking and experience to re-enter many lives.
Yet post-modernity is not an adequate framework for thinking about life. There is therefore an opportunity for Christians to imagine what comes after and to prepare the church for a new engagement of mission with western culture.


The church, through a creative missionary imagination, can re-define western cultural life. This sketches what such an approach might look like.


'if you have a taste for the subversive, a passion for the church, a heart for biblical engagement, and an eye on the future; this book is a must-read.'
Roy Searle, Northumbria Community, former President of the Baptist Union of Great Britain.


-Publisher

The core narrative of Christianity, the book that conveys it and the institution of the church have been marginalized by the development of modernity and postmodernity. Strangely, postmodernity created an opportunity for religious thinking and experience to reenter many lives. Yet postmodernity is not an adequate framework for thinking about life. There is therefore an opportunity for Christians to imagine what comes after and to prepare the church for a new engagement of mission with western culture. Thechurch, through a creative missionary imagination, can redefine western cultural life. This sketches what such an approach might look like.
-Publisher

The church after postmodernity. The core narrative of Christianity, the book that conveys it (the Bible) and the institution of the church have been marginalized by the development of modernity and post-modernity. Strangely, post-modernity created an opportunity for religious thinking and experience to re-enter many lives. Yet post-modernity is not an adequate framework for thinking about life. There is therefore an opportunity for Christians to imagine what comes after and to prepare the church for a new engagement of mission with western culture. The church, through a creative missionary imagination, can re-define western cultural life. With a boldly crafted vision this book sketches precisely that.
-Publisher

PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 273743
  • Product Code 9781842275061
  • ISBN 1842275062
  • EAN 9781842275061
  • Pages 256
  • Department Academic
  • Category Church
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Paternoster Press
  • Publication Date Apr 2008
  • Sales Rank 90999
  • Dimensions 211 x 137 x 18mm
  • Weight 0.363kg

Colin J D Greene

The Revd Dr Colin JD Greene (PhD., University of Nottingham) is head of theology and public policy at Bible Society and visiting professor of systematic and philosophical theology at Seattle Pacific University, USA. He is Author of Christology and Atonement in Historical Context. METAVISTA: Exploring the Bible, the Church and mission in an age of imagination and Marking Out the Horizons: Christology in Cultural Perspective. He is consultant editor to the Scripture and Hermeneutics seminar.

Martin Robinson

Dr Martin Robinson is the National Director of Together in Mission. In his early 20s Martin trained for the ministry and his first church was inner city Birmingham. That muti-ethnic congregation engaged in church planting and Martin together with his wife Lynda went to lead one of those church plants. After 13 years in local ministry, Martin went to work for the Bible Society in a variety of roles. In his role as Director of Mission and Theology and since, Martin has written many books on the broad theme of mission, including Faith of the Unbeliever, Thinking Clearly: Why The Cross?; Invading Secular Space; Winning Hearts, Changing Minds and most recent with Paul Griffiths The 8 Secrets Of Happiness. In 2002 Martin joined Together in Mission as the National Director.
Koorong -Editorial Review.

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