February 22, 2007

inhabiting the church


My buddy Chris over at Doulos Christou Press just informed me that the conference, Inhabiting The Church: New Monasticism and God's Revolution is going to be held on June 1-2, 2007 in Indianapolis, IN. Right now, Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove of Rutba House and author of To Baghdad and Beyond and Schools for Conversion will be speaking along with Tim Otto of Church of the Sojourners and co-author of the book Inhabiting The Church. Brooke and I may be there as well. We'll see. You can visit the website for more details.

8 comments :

Thomas Ham said...

What is new monasticism? Please enlighten me on this term.

glenn said...

looks pretty enticing....thanks for the post

David said...

I love the blog that you have. I was wondering if you would link my blog to yours and in return I would do the same for your blog. If you want to, my site name is American Legends and the URL is:

www.americanlegends.info

If you want to do this just go to my blog and in one of the comments just write your blog name and the URL and I will add it to my site.

Thanks,
David

Emily said...

so you better be stopping by at the beanz house if you go...

Thomas said...

I feel like the emerging truth is starting to become lazy in the efforts to provide truth & real biblical doctrine.

Jason said...

Wow. Thomas, that was deep. I'm not certain what emerging truth is but it sounds smart. Am I lazy for not responding to your comment? Sorry there's much going on in my life right now and the ol blog isn't at the top of my list. As far as providing truth and biblical doctrine... Hmmm, well, is truth provided? Or does just simply exist? Can you give someone truth? Or simply acknowledge it? And as far as 'biblical doctrine... what is that? With so many stripes of "Christian" interpreting scripture differently how do you interpret who's right?

Dave and Shari said...

Jason, If you end up going to this conference, let us know. We are close to Indy and would love to see you guys.

Dave Wilhite

Jason said...

We'll certainly look you up if we do, Dave. BTW, shoot me an e-mail I know of some people in your neck of the woods that I'd like to connect you with. We thought about you guys this morning and missed you. Hope all is well

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