Well, we ordered a whole new stack of books over the weekend… the order includes:

  • Out Of The Question…into The Mystery: Getting Lost In The Godlife Relationship — Leonard Sweet
  • The Diamond Mountain Sessions (CD) — Sharon Shannon
  • The Post-Evangelical — Dave Tomlinson
  • Spiritual Formation Needs Community: A Week in the Life of an Experimental Church — Doug Pagitt
  • A Generous Orthodoxy — Brian D. McLaren
  • The Shaping of Things to Come: Innovation and Mission for the 21st Century Church — Michael Frost & Alan Hirsch
  • A Primer on Postmodernism — Stanley J Grenz
  • The Church Comes Home: Building Community & Mission Through Home Churches — Robert Banks
  • The Challenge Of Jesus — N.t. Wright
  • Celtic Way of Evangelism — George Hunter
  • The Divine Conspiracy — Dallas Willard
  • The Aqua Church Challenge — Leonard Sweet
  • Emergentys/ postmodern Childrens Min: Ministry To Children In The 21st Century Church — Ivy Beckwith
  • Parents’ Guide to The Spiritual Growth Of Children — John Trent
  • Stories of Emergence: Moving from Absolute to Authentic — Mike Yaconelli
  • Missional Church: a Vision for the Sending of the Church in North America — Darrell L. Guder & Lois Barrett
  • Emergence: the Connected Lives of Ants Brains Cities and Software — Steven Johnson
  • The Revolution Will Not Be Televised: Democracy the Internet and the Overthrow of Everything — Joe Trippi

Can’t wait. They should arrive before I finish A New Kind of Christian. Unfortunately there were a few that I really hated to cut from the order list, but we should be able to borrow some of them or pick them up locally… or in the next round. Cutting some of them was really tough, but the gift certificates we were using only went so far! (And I developed a new complaint about Chapters-Indigo; if the shipping of used books wasn’t $6.49 per item our dollars would have stretched further… horrible shipping hit on the used books for some reason, and they take weeks instead of days to ship; free shipping right away on the new books, which mean that the used items had to be at least $7 cheaper than new before you’d consider them.) Thanks for the suggestions responding to my earlier post… everything suggested that I don’t already own made it onto the list for eventual reading.

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