CANA, The Gathering: Discerning a Progressive Identity

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Thanks to Philip Clayton for contributing this important piece on the first gathering of progressive leaders as part of the new CANA Initiative. Before Thanksgiving some 85 movement leaders from around the U.S. met at the National Cathedral in Washington DC to launch a nation-wide “network of networks,” which we’re calling CANA: the Collective Action [Read More...]

CANA Initiative: A New “Network of Networks” (Philip Clayton)

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I’m very pleased to introduce Philip Clayton, an associate of mine who will be offering some guest blogs on some topics interest we have in common: PostChristian culture, postmodern theology, and the trajectory of faith in the 21st century. Philip Clayton is the Ingraham Professor of Theology at Claremont School of Theology. Clayton earned a [Read More...]

What is the CANA Initiative? An Interview with McLaren, Spellers and Pagitt

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I can’t count how many times I’ve heard people within mainline Christian churches note that, though they don’t embrace all of the theological positions of their evangelical sisters and brothers, they are impressed by their aptitude for organizing and affecting change on a large scale. At the same time, I see thousands converge at festivals [Read More...]


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