“I had hoped to devote 30-45 minutes to a rapid skim of Tony Jones’s new book, The Church Is Flat. I looked up at the clock and two hours had passed. Now, after five hours, I can tell you that this book is as well-written as it is content-rich. You’ll gain substantive insights into the emerging church as a new social movement, scholarly reflection on the theory of practices, and critical engagement with the panentheist social trinitarianism of Jürgen Moltmann – all turned toward a practical theology of the church. ‘I couldn’t put it down’ – words rarely uttered about a doctoral dissertation!”
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