Remixing the Church: The Five Moves of Emerging Ecclesiology

Gay, D.C. (2011) Remixing the Church: The Five Moves of Emerging Ecclesiology. SCM Press: London, UK. ISBN 9780334043966

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'Remixing the Church' makes a unique and original contribution to debates about emerging church, by offering a clear and dynamic model of how church traditions change over time. The metsaphor of emergence is read and interpreted through the five key moves of auditing, retrieval, unbundling, supplementing and remixing. Remixing is informed by practical experience of alt/emerging congregations and networks and by recent scholarship in practical theology. Both scholarly and accessible, it is the first book to effectively link discussions of emerging church, ecumenism and evangelicalism. It offers both a lucid framework for analysing the contemporary church and a provocative vision for its future. It is a book for thoughtful practitioners and church leaders, which also contributes to academic discussions of ecclesiology, congregational studies, mission, liturgy and worship and practical theology.

Item Type:Books
Keywords:Ecclesiology, emerging church, alternative worship, missiology
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Gay, Rev Doug
Authors: Gay, D.C.
College/School:College of Arts > School of Critical Studies > Theology and Religious Studies
Publisher:SCM Press

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