Postmodern Liberalism, Repainting a Non-Christian Faith
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A Christian Critique of Rob Bell's Velvet Elvis and The Emergent Church Movement.
Written by Casey Freswick
"Heaven is full of forgiven people. Hell is full of forgiven people. Heaven is full of people God loves, whom Jesus died for. Hell is full of forgiven people God loves, whom Jesus died for. The difference is how we choose to live, which story we choose to live in, which version of reality we trust. Ours or God's." - p. 146, Velvet Elvis, one of a number of statements included in the Appendix of Postmodern Liberalism.
Rev. Casey Freswick, who serves a URC congregation in Michigan, takes issue in this booklet with the beliefs promoted by Marsh Hill preacher Rob Bell. He stresses that Bell attempt at repainting the Christian faith is part of a larger picture, the socalled 'Emergent Church Movement'.
Paperback, 22 pages,
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