6 edition of Reimagining church found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 307-310).
|LC Classifications||BV600.2 .V545 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||318 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||318|
|LC Control Number||2008928481|
Author Frank Viola gives readers language for all they knew was missing in their modern church experience. He believes that many of today's congregations have shifted from God's original intent for the church. As a prominent leader of the house church movement, Frank is at the forefront of a revolution sweeping through the body of Christ. A change that is 4/5(36). Reimagining Church – Interview with Frank Viola (Podcast). In this blast from the past, J. Warner interviews Frank Viola and they talk about Frank’s book, “Reimagining Church”. Frank has written this book as a follow-up to his controversial, “Pagan Christianity”.
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Occasionally I think the author over- argues his points (and /5(). In Reimagining Church, bestselling author Frank Viola presents a compelling case for church life that's based on the revelation found in Acts and the Epistles.
The book argues for the church as an organism rather than the church as an organization. This is the constructive follow-up to Pagan Christianity by Viola and Barna. Reimagining Church Reimagining church book eBook () by Frank Viola/5(30).
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Reimagining Church has a simple vision: To set people on a journey toward becoming disciple makers. This vision is founded in the belief that the Bible isn’t a book about religion, but instead is telling one unified story of a journey to embracing a new kind of life and identity.
In Reimagining Church, bestselling author Frank Viola presents a compelling case for church life that's based on the revelation found in Acts and the Epistles. The book argues for the church as an organism rather than the church as an organization. This is the constructive follow-up to Pagan Christianity by Viola and Barna.
Reimagining Church: Pursuing the Dream of Organic /5(30). 1. Reimagining The Church Reimagining church book an Organism, 2. Reimagining The Church Reimagining church book, 3. Reimagining The Lord's Supper, 4. Reimagining The Gathering Place, 5.
Reimagining The Family of God, 6. Reimagining Church Unity, 7. Church Practice and God's Eternal Purpose, PART TWO: LEADERSHIP AND ACCOUNTABILITY, 8.
Reimagining Leadership, 9. /5(9). At first glance I thought this book was entitled “Reimaging Church”, which I suppose could have been a relevant title but it is, Reimagining church book, entitled “Reimagining Church”.Written by Frank Viola this is considered by the author to be, in effect, the ‘Part 2’ following on from Pagan Christianity is offered as the ‘deconstructive’ (author’s word!) critique of.
“We need to rethink our entire concept of church and discover it afresh through the lens of Jesus and the apostles.” ~ Frank Viola in REIMAGINING CHURCH (David C. Cook, ), p. In JanuaryPagan Christianity by Frank Viola (the author) and George Barna rocked the Christian world.
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"Reimagining Reimagining church book is one such book -- it has something to offer both conversations, and maybe even move us all forward. You might not agree with all the author's conclusions, but your creative capacity to return afresh to Christian faith's sources will be enlarged as a result of reading.
Here's what some others are saying about the book too/5(). From the author of Reimagining Church comes an essential guide that provides practical, effective tools for finding vibrant Christian communities. Driven by a passion for the body of Christ, Frank Viola has written some of today's most authoritative and celebrated works on the growing home, organic, and missional church movements.
Reimagining Apologetics would be a fine fit for both college classroom and layperson's library alike." Marybeth Baggett, professor of English at Houston Baptist University and coauthor of The Morals of the Story: Good News about a Good God (church).
This is a vision-casting book about apologetic vision casting.". True to form, this book contains a thoroughly consistent critique of prevailing forms of church. However, in Reimagining Church, Frank Viola also presents a positive vision of what the church can become if we truly reembraced more organic, and less institutional forms of is a no-holds-barred prophetic vision for the church in the twenty-first century.
The Dream of Organic Christianity. A Book Review of: Reimagining Church: Pursuing the Dream of Organic Christianity by Frank Viola. Reimagining Church: Pursuing the Dream of Organic Christianity by Frank Viola, is sure to send every “clergy-laity” member scratching around for a biblical defense to the claims made against the year old.
• Reimagining Britain by Justin Welby is published by Bloomsbury (£). To order a copy for £ go to or call Free UK p&p over £10, online orders only. Reimagining Christianity by Alan Jones is a seriously bad book.
You'll see why when you read the quotes that I have extracted from it and listed below, quotes that deny the virgin birth, affirm evolution, cast doubt on the very words of Christ and the Bible itself, that say Christianity is sadomasochistic, that deny the penal substitution of.
- Shane Claiborne, author of The Irresistible Revolution True to form, this book contains a thoroughly consistent critique of prevailing forms of church. However, in "Reimagining Church," Frank Viola also presents a positive vision of what the church can become if we truly reembraced more organic, and less institutional, forms of church.
A change that is challenging the spiritual status quo and redefining the very nature of church. A movement inspired by the divine design for authenticity community. A fresh concept rooted in ancient history and in God Frank as he shares God's original intent for the church, where the body of Christ is an organic, living, breathing.
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An interesting book, which challenges the way that the modern (Western?) church structure itself (buildings, pastors, programmes etc.), and how far removed this is from the New Testament church.
The book lays out ideas for reimagining our church buildings, management, meetings etc. Occasionally I think the author over- argues his points (and /5().
Author Frank Viola gives readers language for all they knew was missing in their modern church experience. He believes that many of today's congregations have shifted from God's original intent for the church. As a prominent leader of the house church movement, Frank is at the forefront of a revolut /5(11).
Reimagining Church by Frank Viola | Book Review. posted on Octo Share 6. Share. Tweet. Clip. More. 6 Shares. This post is a 3 min read. The following post is an expansion of the one I wrote for this book over at Amazon after I finished reading it.
If you liked that review, could you please click “yes” to finding it helpful. But i just received the book, “Reimagining Church” by Frank Viola. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Frank Viola, he’s the author of the controversial book, “Pagan Christianity“. I loved Pagan Christianity. There were things that i disagreed about in Pagan Christianity, but it is a revolutionary book.
Reimagining Church-- A Frank Response Part Two I am very pleased to have these two responses to the posts I have done to Frank Viola's important and well-written new book. Among other things, what we are modeling here is civil discourse (I hope), even at points where we strongly disagree.
Re-Imagining was a Minneapolis interfaith conference of clergy, laypeople, and feminist theologians in that stirred controversy in U.S. Mainline Protestant denominations, ultimately resulting in the firing of the highest ranking woman in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Re-Imagining: A Global Theological Conference By Women: For Men and Women, grew out of a.
Frank Viola suggests that we start by Reimagining Church. Frank Viola's writing has in part as the voice of the Organic Church movement. Following up his previous book Pagan Christianity, Viola takes this entry and attempts a more constructive dialog while providing answers to the question readers were left with in Pagan Christianity?/5(4).
"Reimagining Evangelism is a book that every Christ-follower should read. Rick Richardson takes a word (evangelism) that scares all of us and helps us to see it as something adventuresome.
Reimagining Evangelism is all about building spiritual friendships, living in community and a great excursion with God's Spirit. I love the challenge Rick. Reimagining the church as an organism -- 2. Reimagining the church meeting -- 3. Reimagining the Lord's supper -- 4.
Reimagining the gathering place -- 5. Reimagining the family of God -- 6. Reimagining church unity -- 7. Church practice and God's eternal purpose ; Part Two: Leadership and accountability -- 8.
Reimagining leadership -- 9. A revolution is moving through the body of Christ, challenging the spiritual status quo and redefining the very notion of corporate worship. A movement inspired by the divine design for holy fellowship. A fresh concept rooted in ancient history.5/5(1).
Thank you, Frank. This practical book will identify what church can look like when it is focused on Jesus.” Tony Dale, author and editor of House2House magazine and founder of The Karis Group “Reimagining Church is a valuable addition to the resources being produced on the subject of organic churches.
Written from the perspective of a. A nice deal. So I thought, “Hey, our book Whole Bible Christianity seems like a great fit for Reimagining Church. Maybe he’d like to help us promote it.” I figured he must be serious about the problems in the church and finding solutions, and I’d like to help by showing Frank some of the things I think the Lord has shown to me.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 21 cm: Contents: Introduction: Toward a new kind of church --Part One: Community and gatherings Reimagining the church as an organism Reimagining the church meeting Reimagining the Lord's supper Reimagining the gathering place Reimagining the family of God Reimagining Church by Frank Viola (David C.
Cook) is the pioneering book that paved the way for the present Insurgence in Christianity today (along with Viola and Barna's "Pagan Christianity"). In writing Reimagining Britain, I’ve tried to make a personal contribution to the challenge I believe lies before us: reimagining our future at this critical time in the life of our country.
It’s my belief that the values we find in our Christian heritage – compassion, generosity, and solidarity to name a few – offer a source of hope. Reimagining Church: Pdf the Dream of Organic Christianity. Review This is an important book, and its message will resonate especially with that amorphous psychographic that is hungering and thirsting for radical change in the church postmoderns, emergents, younger evangelicals, Jesus People baby-boomers, and that all-too-often.The book download pdf Acts and the Epistles are blended together to create an unbroken narrative of the early church.
Reimagining Church is based on that free-flowing story. The difference is that Reimagining takes certain frames from that beautiful narrative and divides them up into specific categories.
Together, both books paint a compelling portrait. Ebook found a book review on a book called Reimagining Evangelism: Ebook Friends on a Spiritual Journey. I knew that I need to put this on the reading list for me and quickly acquired it.
If I was an evangelism professor at a school, this book would be required reading.