The New Christians

The New Christians

Listen Live at 1pm CDT

boyd.jpgI’ll be on Think with Krys Boyd on KERA in Dallas, and available online.  You can call in with questions, too.

1pm: How is religion changing in America and how does the new Christian
practice differ from the traditional church? We’ll talk this hour with
Tony Jones, author of “The New Christians: Dispatches from the Emergent
Frontier” (Jossey-Bass, 2008), which will soon be released in paperback.

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posted April 9, 2009 at 9:51 am

As an FYI for your blog readers, the episodes of Think are available online in MP3 format for about a week at . It’s also available on iTunes.
I thoroughly enjoyed the KERA interview. As a member of a “loosey-goosey,” “art-on-the-walls,” Presbyterian congregation in North Texas, led by a young Princeton-educated pastor, we constantly challenge our theology but cling to our polity. I think we realize that the Church is changing and some day we (the local congregation or even the denomination) may not be here, but semper reformanda.

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