Don't stop believing: a theological critique of the emergent church

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Michael Eugene Wittmer

Abstract

Every generation must integrate the Christian faith with its own particular moment in history. The early church did it with Plato, the medieval church used Aristotle, the Reformers relied on the Renaissance, the modern church incorporated the Enlightenment, and now the emerging church is seeking to assimilate their faith with our new, postmodern culture.

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Wittmer, M. E. (2008). Don’t stop believing: a theological critique of the emergent church. Reformed Review, 61(3), 119-133. Retrieved from https://repository.westernsem.edu/pkp/index.php/rr/article/view/1618
Keywords
Emerging church movement; Postmodernism -- Religious aspects -- Christianity; Theology, Doctrinal
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