July 24, 2016

iMonk Classic: The Post-Evangelical Bookshelf—A Beginner’s Reading List For Finding Your Way In The Evangelical Wilderness

Classic iMonk Post by Michael Spencer Originally posted July 30, 2008 I've been doing an interview on "Post-Evangelicalism," and I thought it would be a good time to list some of the books that define post-evangelicalism for … [Continue reading...]

Saturday Ramblings 8.28.10

I'm back---did you miss me? Thanks to my designated pinch-rambler Adam Palmer for filling in for me last week. Taco Town? Who needs Taco Town when you have Deep Blue Fish 'N Chips? England was wonderful, and I made a lot of new … [Continue reading...]

N.T. Wright on the Hunger for Worship

By Chaplain Mike Of all matters that draw people to the Ancient-Future path, worship is at the top of the list. As N.T. Wright explains in the following video clip, people all around the world are starving to meet with God in … [Continue reading...]

Don’t Misunderstand the Ancient-Future Path

By Chaplain Mike It's probably clear to many of you by now that I have a great deal of sympathy for the Ancient-Future path as a hopeful way of revitalizing evangelicalism in this post-evangelical era. But I'm afraid people … [Continue reading...]

The Small god of Modern Evangelicalism

Today's post is by guest blogger Daniel Jepsen. Yes, the non-capitilzation of the third word in the title is deliberate. I don’t think the god I am talked about deserves to be capitalized. For I am not talking about the God … [Continue reading...]

David vs. The Rich Young Ruler

Oswald Chambers asks, “Are you more devoted to your idea of what Jesus wants than to Himself?” “Yes, Lord, I am.” I will admit that my answer came so readily because God’s been hammering away at me for months to … [Continue reading...]

iMonk Classic: Review of “Evangelicals and Tradition”

Classic iMonk Post by Michael Spencer Originally posted June 26, 2007 My list of must-read books for post-evangelicals is short. Newly added at the top of the list: Evangelicals and Tradition: The Formative Influence of the … [Continue reading...]

A Journey . . . to Wonder

By Chaplain Mike I have spent my adult life primarily in Bible-believing, non-denominational church settings. I experienced a conversion during the "Jesus Movement" of the late 60's and early 70's. I went forward during … [Continue reading...]

John Armstrong on “Tradition”

By Chaplain Mike Earlier this year, we had a series of posts reviewing John H. Armstrong's fine book, Your Church Is Too Small: Why Unity in Christ's Mission Is Vital to the Future of the Church. John writes a heartfelt, … [Continue reading...]

Father of the Ancient-Future Path

By Chaplain Mike Bob Webber grew up a staunch fundamentalist. His parents were missionaries in Africa who later returned to Pennsylvania to take up ministry in a Baptist church. He attended Bob Jones University. As an adult he … [Continue reading...]