Life After Church by Brian Sanders

kinnon —  January 29, 2008 — 2 Comments

I’ve been under the covers for most of the day – tending to a rotten cold my lovely wife shared with me. (After 25 years of marriage, we tend to share a lot.) Whilst cuddled beneath the warmth, I’ve continued reading Sanders book, Life After Church, supplied to me for review. Though I’m not yet ready to properly review it, it does appear to be another interesting read in this liminal space/post-evangelical climate we find ourselves in. I am one of the “leavers” that Sanders talks about.

For a very good review of the book, read my friend, Michael Spencer. Where I am a leaver, Michael is a stayer – and an important voice in this on-going conversation. Read his review, please.

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A television editor, writer & director since 1978. A Christian since 1982. More than a little frustrated with the Church in the West since late in the last millennium.

2 responses to Life After Church by Brian Sanders

  1. Mr. Kinnon-

    I hope you will give a review of the book at some time. I have read your friends review and I think he has a lot of interesting points, not all of which I agree with. But as the book was written to audience of “leavers” to encourage them to find ways to get involved/stay involved in kingdom work, I would love to hear a review from you as a self-proclaimed leaver.

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  2. Mr. Kinnon-

    I hope you will give a review of the book at some time. I have read your friends review and I think he has a lot of interesting points, not all of which I agree with. But as the book was written to audience of “leavers” to encourage them to find ways to get involved/stay involved in kingdom work, I would love to hear a review from you as a self-proclaimed leaver.

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