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Kingdom Conspiracy: Returning to the Radical Mission of the Local Church by Scot McKnight – A book review.

I was really excited to read this book not only because of having heard such good things about the author but the topic also got me pumped up. 314 more words

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NT Wright's Holy Impatience

I really like NT Wright, and he has a new book entitled Simply Good News.  NT Wright is one of the most prominent theologians in the twenty-first century.  199 more words

ANGLICANISM & One More Thing about Anglicanism #ScotMcKnight

by Scot McKnight, 1/19/15.

Michael Jensen, at The Gospel Coalition, briefly sketched nine things he wants people to know about the Anglican Church. I have clipped only his bold-faced points and you can read his short explanations at the link above but then I want to add one more point, something he did not mention that puts it all into a slightly different — broader — context and one I’m sure he’d affirm: 203 more words

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Peterson and McKnight on reading the Bible liturgically

I continue my journey to understand the lectionary as the base texts for the church’s preaching calendar. I can see it many pragmatic benefits however, it is a tough beast to tame (as am I). 558 more words

Eugene Peterson

GOOD NEWS & Simply Good News by NT Wright is summarized by #ScotMcKnight. #SpiritualWaypoints

Commentary by Dr. Whitesel: “N. T. Wright points out in his new book, that the words ‘Good News’ do not mean merely a message – but the transformed lives and new way of living that this message creates. 268 more words

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Scot McKnight Responds...

Scot McKnight has graciously responded to my questions concerning the lectionary (and so have some of his readers). His answer was incredibly helpful for me. His use of posture cemented for me why I might like the lectionary. 106 more words

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