“…a fast-moving look at the greatest revival in American history and an event central to the DNA of Churches of Christ. Four eminent restoration scholars are coming together to present nine 18-minute messages spotlighting the roots and great themes behind this remarkable moment in American history.”
Leonard Allen, Lipscomb College of Bible & Ministry Dean
John Mark Hicks, Lipscomb Professor of Bible
Richard Hughes, Lipscomb Scholar-in-Residence
James Gorman, Associate Professor of History at Johnson University
The Second Great Awakening (Gorman)
Barton Stone: His Role in the Revival (Hughes)
Cane Ridge: What Really Happened There? (Gorman)
Exploring Cane Ridge: Communion Festival (Hicks)
Exploring Cane Ridge: Racial Diversity and Slavery (Hughes)
Exploring Cane Ridge: Women as Exhorters (Gorman)
Reconsidering Cane Ridge: Was Cane Ridge America’s Pentecost? (Allen)
Reconsidering Cane Ridge: Revivalism, Spirit, and Unity (Hicks)
Reconsidering Cane Ridge: Loss of Trajectory in Restoration Movement (Allen)
Of related interest:
Edward J. Robinson Fighting for the pure gospel
Stone-Campbell: Recommended resources
The Role of the Holy Spirit in the New Testament Church – James W. Garrett
A survey of New Testament references to the Holy Spirit with a view toward understanding His ongoing role in the Church and the lives of individual believers
Monday, January 7, 2019 at 6 pm. American Baptist College 1800 Baptist World Center Dr, Nashville, Tennessee 37207 || https://www.facebook.com/events/958696150983355/
The Tennessee Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival has organized representatives of the poor and directly affected from across the state to testify at the Poor People’s Hearing at American Baptist College in Nashville on Monday, January 7, 2019 at 6 pm. This is the evening before the 2019 session of the Tennessee legislature convenes.
This is a moment in which our legislators, elected officials and the people in power across the state most need to hear the voices of the directly affected and the moral authority of faith leaders in addressing the grievous sins of systemic racism, poverty, the war economy and ecological devastation. We have invited our state legislators and national Congressional representatives, as well as mayors and officials from cities and counties across Tennessee.
We are inviting the powerful — not to speak for us — but to listen. We are inviting those in power to listen to those who have traditionally been left out of the electoral and governing processes in this country. Tennessee’s elected officials will learn about the power of a new and unsettling force that is organizing across this country, and they will hear our demands!
Forward together, not one step back! #Tennessee #PoorPeoplesCampaign
@litabny: Gailyn Van Rheenen sees Biblical Theology as NOT forming the basic questions of Church Growth research.*
@GailynVanRheen: No, you have not rightly read me! In Missions: Biblical Foundations and Contemporary Strategies (Zondervan, 2016), I provide what I call the Missional Helix in which I show a move from Theology to Strategy Formation within the context of Cultural Analysis/Historical Perspective
This process is done within the context of Spiritual Formation.
The beginning point of ministry is Theological Formation and intertwined throughout the process of Spiritual Discernment.
Ch. 1 is “The Biblical Narrative of Mission: Entering God’s Story,” Ch. 2 “Spiritual Awakenings for Mission.” Ch. 3 “Theological Foundations of Missions,” Ch. 4 “The Church: The Embodiment of Missions.”
My problem with the Church Growth Movement is the primary focus on “growth” rather than disciple-making reflecting the ministries of Jesus and Paul leading to theologically formed disciples who by their passion and God-focus can only speak for God!
Reconstructing the Gospel – Finding Freedom from Slaveholder Religion by Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove Foreword by The Reverend Dr. William J. Barber II
At Google Books
At a library
5 minute MP3 audio book preview
Every book reviewer lives in a context.
Mine is peppered with influences:
ADRIS Newsletter back in the day (Thank you, David Moberg).
Gailyn Van Rheenen (et. al. from ACU and some professors from FHU) Van Rheenen Thoughts on Church Growth Movement.
Global Church, localized manifestations / incarnations through this lens.
I’m a long-time fanboy of OMSC. Was looking at Thomas John Hastings, What Is This New Thing God Is Doing? in International Bulletin of Mission Research
Saw this in their audio lecture archives this a.m.
Faith and Life: Theological Formation off the Grid – Ruth Padilla DeBorst
While Thomas John Hastings didn’t mention the Spirit’s current emphasis on bi-vocational missioning (Clergy perks, y’all #500thAnniversaryProtestantReformation), Ruth Padilla DeBorst did.
Cybermissiology in global “interdenominational” (church universal / global beloved community / ekklesia)
Also seen recently The Archbishop Romero Trust
Stephen R. Haynes: The battle for Bonhoeffer
Martin Luther King: Remaining Awake Through a Great Revolution
John Pavlovitz: The Sins of Christians Choosing The Economy Over Morality
Max Keiser interviews Dr. Michael Hudson re: “…and forgive them their debts: Lending, Foreclosure and Redemption — From Bronze Age Finance to the Jubilee Year.” #PoorPeoplesCampaign
Eric Toussaint: Debt Cancellation in Mesopotamia and Egypt from 3000 to 1000 BC
Michael Hudson: The Land Belongs to God
The Benefits of Debt Relief December 19, 2013