The Accidental Anglican
Many are longing for historical connectedness and for theology that is "not tied to the whims of contemporary culture, but to apostolic-era understandings of Christian faith and practice." They also yearn for rhythms and routines that build spiritual health. Still...
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Many are longing for historical connectedness and for theology that is "not tied to the whims of contemporary culture, but to apostolic-era understandings of Christian faith and practice." They also yearn for rhythms and routines that build spiritual health. Still others are responding to a call to participate in worship rather than merely sitting back and looking at a stage. Liturgy offers all of this and more.
^^In this book Todd Hunter chronicles his journey from the Jesus People movement and national leadership in the Vineyard to eventually becoming an Anglican Bishop. Along the way he explains why an evangelical Christian might be drawn to the liturgical way. Curious about the meaning of liturgy? Come and discover what may be waiting for you there.^^
Bishop Todd Hunter (D.Min., George Fox University) of the Anglican Mission in the Americas, is the founding pastor of Holy Trinity Church, an Anglican church in Costa Mesa, California. Dr Hunter is a church planter and a teacher, writer and consultant for his ministry, Society for Kingdom Living, which helps pastors and lay leaders reach a generation that has been disenfranchised from the church.
Formerly national director at Vineyard Churches USA and then at Alpha USA, Hunter continues to serve as consultant to Alpha and as part of the Alpha Board of Directors and Executive Committee. He also serves on a number of other ministry boards, including RENOVARE and Soul Survivor. To find out more, visit his website: www.3isenough.org.
He has recently authored the book Christianity Beyond Belief: Following Jesus for the Sake of Others; The Outsider Interviews (Baker Books, 2010); Giving Church Another Chance: Finding New Meaning in Spiritual Practices and The Accidental Anglican: The Surprising Appeal of the Liturgical Church.
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