Abductive Columns

Wednesday, March 09, 2005

Things Unseen

Today Churches of Christ are a modern church in a world in which modernity is receding. This reality, probably more than any other factor, accounts for the swift and disorienting changes besetting them at the beginning of the twentieth-first century. Can this anti-tradition tradition come to terms with its own modern tradition?

Can Churches of Christ break out of modernity’s hold and engage the present age with the power of the gospel? Can they respond to the new challenges and opportunities of this “postmodern” era?
Leonard Allen


At 9:43 AM, Blogger c said...

How is Allen's book? There seems to not be alot of transitioning talk (postmodernism) among the coC tribe. It reminds me of eastern Europe. When I went there, it seemed as if they were 10-15 years behind the Western world. I wonder if our tribe has crystalized the beliefs of our ancestors rather than their heart for reform.


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