Josh Brown is writing a series on the consumptive church that has generated some fantastic discussion. I have enjoyed his analysis of the modern Church and it has given me pause. He has very eloquently put into words thoughts that I and others have discussed, and then fleshed out some new ideas as well!
A brief intro/synopsis: Everything is theological. The Medium is the message. What does this say about the current state of the Church? What kind of legacy is the Church leaving?
This is a great blog, and Josh and his friend, Nick, also have a podcast that is usually really good with a plethora of guests!
Here's the link to his entry in the "Consumptive Church" Series entitled: The Consumptive Church: The Medium Is The Message
The whole series is worth the read, and is very thought-provoking.
I am now going to reflect on what the legacy of the modern Church will be to future generations. Then ask myself, "as a minister, what kind of legacy do I want to be a part of forming right now?"!!!!!
What do you think of his thoughts? Do you agree or no? I'd love to hear some feedback on this!