Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Deconstructing Church

Keith Drury has written an interesting article on the evolution of the church. He traces the history of how the Boomer generation has remade the church in their own image since the 1970s and investigates how the emergents of today are reacting. He makes some good points about the necessity of today's church investigating how to mentor the new generation while also learning from them.

1 comment:

dwain said...

There wasn't much investigation in the article, but it was definitely interesting to read the perspective of someone who is now the "old guard." I'm not sure I agree that the emergent church is still in the "bad" stage, or at least not generally, but then again I don't see widespread "addition."