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4.0 out of 5 stars New community, 5 Jan. 2008
G. J. Weeks (London) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Dynamic Diversity: Bridging Class, Age, Race and Gender in the Church (Paperback)
This s an excellent book on how church should be the new humanity, one diverse people from different races, genders, classes and ages. This will be the greatest witness to our fractured world, a new community
with diversity and uity. The author is critical of ethnically homogenous churches but in some circumstances might not these be effective tools for evangelism among some minorities? I think what he proposes is the ideal with comprehensive diversity
In the meantime some more homogenous groups may be the best way forward. As the author is a Baptist he doe not see that a Presbyterian structure could facilitate this. I was a little disappointed his section on worship does not focus on the heavenly paradigm nor does it deal with the Regulative Principle, the shackles on many reformed congregations. The book is also in want of an index.
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