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An Oral History of the Emergent Church Movement hosted by Tripp Fuller and Tony Jones

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From the beginning, church leaders criticized the Emerging Church Movement. At times painful, at other times laughable, it came from the right and the left. The critics took on what ECM leaders said and wrote, how they led churches, and even how they... more

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9 days ago

In 2011, Tripp sat down with Rachel Held Evans (1981-2019) to record some conversations for a project that never got off the ground. This never-before-heard audio provides a fascinating glimpse into what was going on in the church and the world — and... more

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23 days ago

For all the talk about theology and postmodernism, for all the books and conferences, the heart of the Emerging Church Movement was always one thing: planting new churches. In this episode, we sit down for extended conversations with two ECM pastors:... more

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a month ago

The church was not emerging just in the US, but also around the world – and even in other religions. In this episode of Emerged, we take a tour around the globe, stopping to talk with leaders who emerged in the UK, South Africa, Malaysia, and Austral... more

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2 months ago

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5.0 out of 5 stars from 78 ratings
  • Very thought-provoking! As a late Gen X (born in 79), I missed a lot of the cultural build-up to the Emerging Church movement. The podcast has been super informative and thought-provoking. I'm seeing for the first time some of the roots of how I ended up where I am philosophically and theologically. Thanks for all the hard work behind the scenes to record and produce this. I can already see the fruit in my own life and trust it will be the same for many others.

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    DonDougyJ
    2 months ago
  • Honest Question…

    Why did almost all of the Emergent leaders leave church?

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Samuel512
    United States2 months ago
  • Church history meets rock and roll

    How the American church started to transition from Billy Graham toward Rachel Held Evans

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    J Kap
    United States3 months ago
  • Love this review

    I grew up in North Carolina as a southern Baptist from 1944 to 1964. After taking Old Testament and New Testament religion at Wake Forest, I became an atheist. That lasted for about 20 years. Until I had a mystical experience on a beach in South Carolina. It has taken me this long to get back to the Christian diaspora and John Philip Newell and Tripp Fuller and Diana Butler Bass and so on. I so wish I were 60 years younger and could be experiencing all of this emergent church at time when I real... more

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    5
    Flakiewakie
    United States3 months ago
  • Hard to find the narrative

    After the first 2 episodes, for a GenXer who was at a mainline church at the time and who read Brian, Tony, and Rob Bell but who wasn’t connected to the movement’s inner circle, the overall story is hard to track. The amount of name dropping makes it hard to find the narrative of the emergent church movement. I hope future episodes focus more on threading together and fleshing out the actual big ideas that shaped the movement and the narrative of what unfolded. Less of impressing people with who... more

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    Abbie Christmas
    United States3 months ago

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