Random Links 49

Miroslav Volf Spans Conflicting Worlds
This following statement caught my attention, “He is a Pentecostal among evangelicals, a mainline Christian among evangelicals, and an evangelical in the mainline. Growing up, he was a Christian among communists.”

A Reflection on the Spirituality of David Bosch
Seeing the relevance from a Korean-Canadian view in Philipines. Wow!

Salvation Theology in a Taoist Context: Examining and Traversing the Theological Bridge That Is “The Way”
Couldn’t resist the title …

“Culture, Contextualization, and Conversion”: Missiological Reflections from the Catholic-Pentecostal Dialogue (1990-1997)
These 3 Cs have been cropping up in my consciousness a lot.

Global Christianity is changing. How do these changes influence conflict and peace?
“As a translation movement Christianity is a religion made to travel.” … now with that in the abstract I’ll be reading this later.

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3 Responses to Random Links 49

  1. jose h. says:

    thanks for the links. of particular interest was the ecumenical comparison/exchange between catholics and pentecostals. i’m part of a national initiative funded by the pew charitable trust that has brought together 6 catholic organizations and 6 protestant organizations to discuss organizational development, and a limited amount of theology (as it relates to community service).


  2. natala says:

    hi sivin –
    this is a random comment of sorts… we both have the same thing listed on our “43 things” list –
    “meet brian mclaren”
    i was at worship for justice a few weeks back, and briefly got to meet him. 🙂
    perhaps i should change my thing to “meet and talk to brian mclaren”
    have a great day!

  3. Dan Wilt says:

    Your quote “As a translation movement Christianity is a religion made to travel,” reminded me of another favorite quote that speaks to the emerging Church.

    “The art of travel is not in seeing new places; but in seeing old places with new eyes.”

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