The Great Emergence: How Christianity is Changing and Why
E very five hundred years, the church cleans out its attic and has a giant rummage sale. Well, not exactly. But according to Phyllis Tickle, this is an accurate summary of the church's massive transitions over time. According to the...
Out of StockAvailable to Order
You May Also Like
very five hundred years, the church cleans out its attic and has a giant rummage sale. Well, not exactly. But according to Phyllis Tickle, this is an accurate summary of the church's massive transitions over time. According to the pattern, we are living in such a time of change right now. Tickle calls it "the Great Emergence"--a time of dizzying upheaval and hopeful promise during which various sectors of today's church swirl into a great confluence at the center.
As an internationally renowned expert on religion, Phyllis Tickle has incisive perspective on the trends and transformations of our time. Here, she invites us into a conversation as she shares her reflections stemming from not only personal faith but also decades of observation and analysis. The result is a work that meets the challenge of chronicling a pivotal time in the church's history so we might better understand where we have been and what the future holds. Now available in trade paper with study guide.
Phyllis Tickle is an authority on religion in America and a muchý sought after lecturer on the subject. Founding editor of the Religioný Department of Publishers Weekly, she is frequently quoted by mediaý sources including USA Today, Christian Science Monitor, the New Yorký Times, PBS, NPR, the Hallmark Channel, plus innumerable blogs andý websites. In addition to lectures and numerous essays, articles, andý interviews, Tickle is the author of over two dozen books in religion andý spirituality, most recently The Great Emergence, How Christianity isý Changing and Why and The Wor