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Cedarville and Shane Claiborne in the Blogs

I wrote my previous blog on the Cedarville / Shane Claiborne controversy based solely upon the Christianity Today article and my own thoughts. But after another break of studying, I’ve begun to read some of the other things out there on the subject. Here are a few you may want to read.

This is Shane’s personal response to the situation.

This is a chapter of Shane’s book. It will challenge a lot of people, but try to read past the politics and focus on how much he emphasizes Christ and being Christ in this world.

This is a blog from a very conservative website who fears that Cedarville may have already gone down the drain and the Emerging Church Movement as basically unchristian (see my previous series on the Emerging Church Movement for my thoughts).

This is a blog with more quotes from Cedarville, including a profesor who uses Shane’s book in a class.

This is a post critical of Cedarville’s decision with some good reasons.

  1. February 25, 2008 at 12:10 pm

    Here is a link to a letter from Cedarville’s VP stating his reasons for wanting to bring Shane to campus:

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