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Choice.....Andrew Careaga, E-vangelism:
Sharing the Gospel in Cyberspace, (Vital Issues Press, 1999.) A
regular Next-Wave contributor, Andrew's refreshing look at the Internet
as a tool to reach people for Christ is a must read for forward-looking
- Diogenes Allen, Christian Belief in a Postmodern World : The Full Wealth of
Conviction (West Minster John Knox Press, 1989)
- Ronald J. Allen, Barbara Shires Blaisdell and Scott Black Johnston, Theology
for Preaching - Authority, Truth and Knowledge of God in a Postmodern Ethos
- Leith Anderson, Winning the Values War in a Changing Culture
(Bethany House, 1994)
- Walter Truett Anderson, The Truth about the Truth.
- Walter Truett Anderson, Reality Isnt What It Used To Be -
Politics, Ready-To-Wear Religion,
Global Myths, Primitive Chic, and Other Wonders of the Postmodern World (San
Francisco, Harper, 1992)
- Pierre Babin & Mercedes Iannone, The new Era in Religious Communication
(Philadelphia: Fortress, 1991).
- George Barna, The Second Coming of the Church (Word books, '98).
- George Barna, Baby Busters : Disillusioned Generation (Northfield Publishing
- Tom Beaudoin, Virtual Faith : The Irreverent Spiritual Quest of Generation X
(Jossey bass Publishers, 1998)
- Thomas Boomershine, Story Journey - an Invitation to the Gospel as Storytelling
(Nashville, Abingdon, 1985).
- Charles Campbell, Preaching Jesus : New Directions for Homiletics in Hans Frei's
Postliberal Theology (Eerdmans Publishing, 1997)
- D.A. Carson, The Gagging of God (Grand Rapids, Michigan:
- Tim Celek, Dieter Zander, Inside the Soul of a New Generation : Insight and
Strategies for Reaching
Busters (Zondervan, 1996)
- Rodney Clapp, A Peculiar People : The Church As Culture in a Post-Christian Society
- Douglas Coupland, Generation X - Tales for an
(St. Martin's Press 1992)
- Terry Eagleton, The Illusions of Postmodernism (Blackwell Publishing, 1996)
- Bill Easum & Thomas Bandy, Growing Spiritual Redwoods
(Abingdon Press, 1997).
- Millard J. Erickson, The Evangelical Left: Encountering postconservative Evangelical
- David Ray Griffin, God and Religion in the Postmodern World: Essays in Postmodern
Theology (Albany, New York, State University of New York Press, 1989).
- Michael Scott Horton, We Believe : Recovering the Essentials of the Apostles' Creed
- Michael Jinkins, The Church Faces Death : Ecclesiology in a Post-Modern Context
(Oxford University Press, 1999)
- Brian McLaren, Reinventing Your Church (Zondervan, '98)
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- Dennis Miller, Reinventing American Protestantism : Christianity in the New Millennium
- Nancy Murphy, beyond Liberalism and Fundamentalism (Harrisburg, PA: Fortress, '97).
- Mike Regele, Mark Schultz. Death of the Church: The Church Has a
Choice : To Die As a Result of Its Resistance to Change or to Die in Order to Live.
Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan Publishing House, 1996.
- Lyle Schaller, 21 Bridges to the 21st Century/the Future of Pastoral Ministry (Ministry
for the Third
- Lyle Schaller. The New Reformation: Tomorrow Arrived Yesterday
(Ministry for the Third Millennium). Nashville, Tennessee: Abingdon Press, 1996.
- Leonard Sweet, SoulTsunami: Sink or Swim in New Millennium Culture
- Leonard Sweet, The Evangelical Tradition in America (Mercer University press, 1997).
- Leonard Sweet, A Cup of Coffee at the Soul Cafe (Broadman and Holman Publishers, 1998)
- Leonard Sweet, Faithquakes (Abingdon Press, 1995.
- Dave Tomlinson, The Post-evangelical (Triangle, UK, 1995).
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- Rick Warren, The Purpose driven Church (Zondervan, 1995).
- Dallas Willard, Divine Conspiracy (Harper, San Francisco, '98).
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