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We’re out in Westfield, NY, visiting with Lukas and Annika. So, I won’t fire up a new series this weekend, but will soon do a series on what this Post-evangelical, post-liberal, post-fundamentalist is all about. I also want to begin thinking my way into what an Emergent theory of a Christian University would look like.

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posted July 1, 2005 at 2:03 pm

That sounds very interesting. Looking forward.

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John Frye

posted July 1, 2005 at 8:24 pm

You’ve got my interest–what would be an Emergent theory for a Christian University??

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Scot McKnight

posted July 2, 2005 at 3:53 am

What I’m talking about is an emergent philosophy of education and how that could shape a Christian University.Recent educational theories are, as one might expect, quite consistent with some themes in the emergent movement, and they are beginning to make an impact on nearly every Christian college campus.But, don’t get me going to quick. I’ll explore models (physical shaping of the “classroom”) as well as the fundamental telos and what teachers can do — and I’m confident these theories are also consistent with what pastoral leaders need to have in mind and what parents need to have in mind as we “educate” (which, as some are saying, is a modernist category in and of itself).

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