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Re-Defining the Emergent Movement

Emergent MovementToday we are taking a big-picture look at the Emergent Movement. Some people believe that this movement died out a few years ago, but that assumption could not be further from the truth. In fact, we’re seeing it re-emerge into something even more dangerous, and more palatable for mainline churches to accept.

We’re going to share some resources for you to understand where this movement has been, and where it is now going.



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In our first segment, our guest is Julaine Appling of Wisconsin Family Action, a fierce advocate for marriage, family, life and liberty. The education arm of this organization is Wisconsin Family Council, and here Julaine works to forward Judeo-Christian principles and values by informing citizens, churches and policymakers about important pro-family legislative and cultural issues so they will be inspired to get involved in preserving and strengthening marriage and family.

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Here is a typical statement you will find in the Neo-Emergent Movement. This is by a writer for Jim Wallis’Sojourner’s Magazine:

Rev. Mark Sandlin

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One Response to “Re-Defining the Emergent Movement”

  1. Often when a cutting edge “heresy” dies down in terms of hip, it only means that it’s been slowly making it’s way into the main stream. Sigh.

    September 23, 2013 at 1:01 PM Reply

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