SoulTsunami: Sink Or Swim in New Millennium Culture

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Zondervan, 2001 - Religion - 448 pages
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Sweeping in from the cultural sea, a mountainous wave of change threatens to wash the church away. It's a postmodern flood of mind-boggling techno-culture, problems your grandparents couldn't have imagined, and religious pluralism that embraces everything except spiritual absolutes. Leonard Sweet calls it SoulTsunami (sohl-tsoo-NAH-mee) and there's not outrunning it. We Christians can only choose one of three ways to respond to it. We can deny its existence and drown. We can fight it -- and lose. Or we can recognize the unprecedented opportunities it presents--and chart a course across the waters toward reformation.. If you're ready to exchange your current thinking for a church with the power to shape tomorrow, read this book--unlike any other you've read before. SoulTsunami will shift your paradigm. It will give you vision for the Gospel that's radical, challenging, and true, and spark practical ideas for putting it in motion--from back cover.

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Sweet organizes this book into ten chapters that he calls "Life Rings". Each chapter examines one aspect of postmodern culture that Sweet believes the church needs to consider and respond to if we are ... Read full review

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Sweet (FaithQuakes, Abingdon, 1994) has written what he hopes will be a wake-up call for modern Christian churches. They must, he asserts, learn from and adapt to modern culture in order to continue ... Read full review

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Leonard Sweet (PhD, University of Rochester) holds the E. Stanley Jones chair at Drew University. Founder and president of SpiritVenture Ministries, he also serves as a distinguished visiting professor at George Fox University, and is the chief writer for Sweet is a popular speaker and has written numerous books, including Jesus Drives Me Crazy, SoulTsunami, SoulSalsa, Carpe Manana, and (with Brian McLaren and Jerry Haselmeyer) A Is for Abductive: The Language of the Emerging Church.

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