Rick Warren and the Emerging Church
Rick Warren and the Emerging Church More Connected Than You May Realize
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Warren Promotes the Emerging Church and Brian McLaren
on His Website
(see several references to the Emerging Church and a statement by Brian McLaren and other emergents.)
Pastors.com and the Emerging Church:
Tony Jones -- Emergent Convention --
"But [Doug] Pagitt, 30-something pastor of Solomon's Porch in Minneapolis, is on the vanguard of an effort to help today's emerging, largely unchurched culture connect with the Gospel."
What Does Rick Warren Really Think About Brian McLaren?
Emerging Church by Dan Kimball
Forewords by Rick Warren and Brian McLaren
Check it out on Rick Warren's Pastors.com web site ...
Articles on Pastors.com by McLaren: August 2001
Articles on Pastors.com about McLaren:
Interestingly enough, while Rick Warren tries to distance himself from Brian McLaren, McLaren apparently is very fond of Warren. (This is on McLaren's book jacket, under his favorite books.)
Rick Warren's Ministry
Toolbox newsletter, he is recommending the National
Pastors Convention 2007. The convention is put on by Zondervan
publishing and sponsored by InterVarsity Press and Leadership
Journal (Christianity Today). The pastors convention has
consistently been a conduit for contemplative and emergent
spiritualities. In the past, Yoga workshops and labyrinths,
as well as contemplative sessions, have been part of the
event. This year, along with many workshops on the silence
(i.e., contemplative), there will also be an an enneagram,
which is a "system of spiritual psychology based on an ancient
Sufi typology of nine personality types or primary roles
with the recognition of one's type tantamount to a spiritual
awakening" (from Alternative Health Dictionary). In the
following video clip, Catholic priest William Menninger
explains how an enneagram is a universal tool that can be
used by anyone in any religion to have a spiritual experience. Read