163RE: Looking for more information
- Jul 9, 2001Hi Carl,There are also a number of groups who discuss in the pomo/Christian thoughtspace listed @a number of sites listed that focus on this listed @and a number of articles you might find helpful @Carl, that should give you enough material to keep you exploring for the next 15 years or so! To understate, there are a number of us who are no longer happy with same 'ol, same 'ol, so welcome to the club!
http://www.faithmaps.org-----Original Message-----I typed in "Liberal Fundamentalist" in Google.com and I got a
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reference to "A New Kind of Christian" which I ordered and read. I
was raised a fundamentalist Christian but do not consider myself a
Christian today. I'm a member of the Church of Religious Science,
was studying to be a Practitioner (a licensed spiritual counselor)
but became disillusioned and dropped out of the training in February
2001 (after about 2 1/2 years of study).
Since then I've been essentially inactive as far as church, am
involved in other spiritual groups (Alcoholics Anonymous; Al Anon).
And I was looking for some kind of enlightened thinking about
Christianity...which I found in Brian McLaren's book.
I would like to explore the ideas expressed in "A New Kind of
Christian" with a study or discussion group; and preferrably in
person rather than on-line.
Does anyone know if there are groups or churches pursuing the post-
modern approach; and if so, where? Any in San Diego, CA?
I appreciate any direction. Thanks---Carl Bergstrom
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