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Learning To Make Music Again: Developing a Narrative Ecclesiology in a New Media World
     

Learning To Make Music Again: Developing a Narrative Ecclesiology in a New Media World

by Drew Sams
 
The North American Church is currently experiencing a pervasive spiritual amnesia where at large, we have forgotten how to tell stories about our origin, identity, and mission. As a result, we have co-opted other stories, namely the story of consumerism, causing our communal identities to dilute and deteriorate. By synthesizing narrative theology and narrative

Overview

The North American Church is currently experiencing a pervasive spiritual amnesia where at large, we have forgotten how to tell stories about our origin, identity, and mission. As a result, we have co-opted other stories, namely the story of consumerism, causing our communal identities to dilute and deteriorate. By synthesizing narrative theology and narrative identity theory, a narrative ecclesiology emerges that will reverse spiritual amnesia and set free the Church to be the Body and Bride of Christ. As reflected by its structure, this essay will (a) explore how narrative theology shapes a faith communities’ narrative identity and (b) develop a metaphor for narrative ecclesiology for the North American Church.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780984937837
Publisher:
Calvary Community Church
Publication date:
12/16/2011
Sold by:
LULU PRESS
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,207,875
File size:
116 KB
Age Range:
16 Years

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