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I think that’s going to be my working title from now on. Saying I’m a “theologian” is so hoity-toity. So here it is, my new business card:
Tony Jones, Ecclesiologist
How about changing your first name to Emergent? Then you can be “Emergent Jones: Ecclesiologist.”
Crap. I was hoping be the person to make the term a theologically and professionally viable title. Looks like you beat me to it. But I think it fits. Ecclesiology is where it’s at.
well, if the emergent thing doesn’t work out, then you might be in a sticky situation because churchjobs.com doesn’t have a category for ecclesiologists.
because ‘ecclesiologist’ doesn’t sound hoity-toity?
I like the reply to number 1, but I would add (if I may be so bold)
Emergent Smurf, Ecclesiologist
I’m thinking about adopting the term “Controversialist” for myself. What do you think?
How about: “Ecclesiological Systems Technician”.
Of course, its much hipper with k’s, dude.
“Ekklesioligical Systems Teknician”
Tony aka Ecclesiologist aka Captain Church,
If you have time, I’d love to hear a quick response to this brief analysis of Emergent:
Or if you could point to a place where these critiques have already been responded to.
PS I like your idea, but I kind of agree with traci. If you want to avoid hoiti-toitiness, just call yourself ‘church-boy’
Tony Jones, Ecclesiologist and Ferrel Camel extrordinare.
very (very) good call.
Dear soon to be Dr. Ecclesiologist, (that sounds VERY hoity to me)
I’ve been reading your latest book and was wondering where I could get a copy of Brad Cecil’s famous powerpoint.
Can you help me get a copy?
I am also VERY interested in a obtaining a copy of Brad Cecil’s famous powerpoint. Thanks for your stewardship with this…
1. What's Up with Rob Bell?
2. Is Sojourners for Straights Only?
3. There Are Two Marriages
4. Homoerotic Churches
5. Would John Piper Excommunicate His Son?
6. A Call to Clergy: Stop Performing (Legal) Marriages
7. Mark Driscoll's House of Cards
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