The Complex Christ: Signs of Emergence in the Urban Church Paperback – 31 Aug 2004
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'...a dramatically prophetic book about the church full of insight, imagination and creative theology' -- Christianity Magazine, March 2005
'Packed with stimulating ideas' -- Church of England Newspaper, 24th December 2004
The Complex Christ combines a theological integrity with imaginative and innovative ways of thinking about Church. A 'must read'. -- Pete Ward, lecturer and author of Liquid Church
[An] important and in some ways unique book. Poetic, prophetic, extremely challenging, hard, gentle and always persuasive... a momentous achievement. -- Ian Mobsby - moot.uk.net
About the Author
Kester Brewin teaches at a large comprehensive school in Inner London. He also writes on education, most recently completing a paper for the think-tank Demos on government policy and school transformation. Born into a vicarage in 1972, he has been deeply involved in the Church ever since, and his passion to see it re-incarnated has led him down myriad ecclesiastic avenues. In 1998 he co-created the 'Dreamspace' weekend in London, out of which the alternative worship group Vaux was born. A collective of artists and city-lovers, Vaux has been exploring urban theology through various media ever since. Kester is married with a young child; he used to find time to enjoy reading and short film production.
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