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McLaren lists six possible reasons why people might be reading his book:
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5. "You may be looking for dirt so you can write a hostile review."

You can find critiques of this emergent manifesto here, here, here, here, here, double here, here, and finally, here.

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Bob DeWaay's article is excellent! In a culture where ignorant people like me run around and hear of this "emerging church" and "ecumenical movement" DeWaay does a great job identifying such dangers. Oh yeah, about the "date" good story, can't wait to tell you.

Brian,

Just browsing some Christian blogs and came upon yours. Thanks for the links to reviews on the emergent church. Continue to press on!

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