Dear Readers, After a year with Beliefnet, I’ve decided to move to my own domain for my blogging. It’s been a fine year — some things worked, other things didn’t. But in the end, I’ll be a better blogger on my own. My thanks to the Bnet editorial staff; they’ve been very supportive. Please change […]
Last week at Christianity21, GENERATE Magazine debuted. With the tag line, “an artifact of the emergence conversation,” it fit perfectly at the gathering. When I actually got around to reading it last weekend, I was truly surprised at how good it is.
There have been several efforts to begin a paper journal that capture the exploits of emergence, and none has quite succeeded. GENERATE does.
Then, of course, there’s the content. An interview (by Troy Bronsink) with the founders of Paste Magazine, beautiful and challenging poetry, arresting photography, Soup’s amazing sketches, and no-bullshit music reviews from DJ Word (which, alone, are worth the subscription price). Then there’s Julie Clawson and Thomas T. Turner II calling out Soon-Chan Rah for his caricature of emergence and even asking if he employs reverse racism in The New Evangelicalism — I don’t suspect you’ll find that in Christianity Today.
Speaking of subscriptions, it’s only $20 — or for $34 you can get one for yourself and give a gift subscription, which would make a fantastic Christmas present to someone you love.
So, join me, and subscribe to GENERATE. You won’t be disappointed.