Thursday, September 07, 2006
R. Scott Clark on the Emerging Church
Westminster Seminary California has recently added a new featured audio message on its site by R. Scott Clark: "Whosoever Shall Be Saved: Emergent Church? Meet Christian Dogma" (download in MP3 format).

Since reading his book Truth and the New Kind of Christian (my review should appear in the next issue of the Reformed Baptist Theological Review), I have really appreciated the insights of Clark on the Emerging Church Movement. And the fact that he has become friends with Tony Jones, national coordinator of Emergent Village, demonstrates his desire to sincerely interact with them.

UPDATE: Whoops! I confused R. Scott Clark with R. Scott Smith. Thanks, Timmy, for pointing out my mistake! I guess I need a little more sleep.... In any case, I still suggest downloading Clark's message and reading Smith's book.

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At 9:23 AM, Blogger Timmy said...

John,

I may mistaken, but I think that the author of that book is R. Scott Smith, not R. Scott Clark. Smith is assistant prof of ethics and religious apologetics at Biola U and is also affiliated with the Evagelical Philosophical Society.

BTW, thanks for keeping us informed and providing us with good resources to learn and grow in our understanding of the times.

 
At 12:33 PM, Blogger John said...

Timmy,

Wow! Thanks for pointing that out! Hopefully, I have clarified my mistake in an update to my post.

 

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