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The Theology of the Emerging Church.
Religion and Theology
Pages 9 (2259 words)
At the beginning of the 21st century, the emerging church arose characterized by a myriad of theological boundaries. Consequently, the emerging churches renamed their theological boundaries to represent their faith…
At the beginning of the 21st century, the emerging church arose characterized by a myriad of theological boundaries. Consequently, the emerging churches renamed their theological boundaries to represent their faith. Since many people consider the emerging church as a movement, various issues have come out about transcends of liberalism, conservatism and even modernism. The paper discusses how various transcends within the emerging church continues to affect theology. The paper will also discuss how emerging churches have led to the deconstruction of modern Christian worship, and the role of emerging churches in the postmodern society. Introduction Over the recent years, the world has witnessed the tremendous growth of faith-based and religious movements like never before in the history of the world. Across the dry land, millions of people streams into worship centers on selected days of the week to worship their creator. The newspapers have also carried the same stories since the establishment of the emerging churches that exhibit certain trends in the religious fraternity. The bookshops are full of books that speak about different religions and the same is true over the internet1. Undoubtedly, religious movements are second to political movements that sway people to follow certain customs and practices. To many people, the emerging churches have become the save haven of protection and many believe they are doing the right thing in their places of worship. ...
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