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Flexible Church: being the church in the contemporary world

Flexible Church: being the church in the contemporary world
Culture has changed but the church has not changed adequately in response. That is the claim made by proponents of new expressions of church. But all too often their ecclesiology is far from adequate. In Flexible Church, Helen D. Morris speaks to this issue by proposing an ecclesiology for innovative expressions of church that is grounded in scripture whilst self-consciously and intentionally developed for the contemporary Western milieu.
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Engaging with the work of key church thinkers and critical New Testament scholarship, Morris introduces a framework for church that facilitates both flexibility and faithfulness; faithfulness to the churchs Christian heritage and identity, and the flexibility to fashion new forms of church that can connect more effectively with those who currently find church irrelevant and inaccessible. Contents: List of Figures. Introduction. Part 1: A Church in Transition. 1. Re-Thinking Church. 2. Re-Contextual Church. 3. Ecclesiology as Embodied Dialogue. Part 2 Flexible Church. 4. The Church and the Social Trinity. 5. The Body of Christ is the Church. 6. The Church as a Suspension Bridge Characterized by Gift-Exchange. Conclusion.
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