JASON CLARK IS MOVING--and you should follow

Jason Clark, whose insights were invaluable in my thesis research, is changing up his blogging location. Web 2.0 stuff will be at http://jasonclark.ws/ and now--yeah!--blogging on Deep Church will be at http://deepchurch.org.uk/

If you're curious about Deep Church--and I think you ought to be--here's a snippet from the site:

What is deep church?

“Deep church is far more than an ecumenical dream of coming together across the barriers of ignorance and predujice: it is predicated upon the central tenets of the gospel held in common by those who have the temerity to be ‘Mere Christians.’ This commonality in the light of post-Enlightenment modernism is greater and more fundamental than the divisions and schisms of church history… Deep Church, as its name implies, is spiritual reality down in the depths - the foundations and structures of the Faith - which feed, sustain and equips us to be disciples of Christ.”

Professor Andrew Walker, Editor of: Remembering our future - explorations in Deep Church, Paternoster, 2007.



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  1. You are quite welcome. I'm excited that Deep Church is going to get some posting going. There is truth in the concept that is like water to a thirsty soul--or community of souls, as it were. I look forward to the conversation.

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