Find our way again

Jason Clark mentions Brian McClaren’s new book, Finding Our Way Again: The Return of the Ancient Practices, on his blog, and points to this post for a review.

This is the comment I wrote on the post:

Richard Foster wrote arguably the best overview of the spiritual disciplines in Celebration of Discipline. McClaren will no doubt introduce these concepts to a wider audience. I love the irony of a progressive Christian calling the church back to the traditional spiritual disciplines. The traditional church isn’t always as traditional as it claims to be.

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  1. adam lehman says:

    the thing about Richard Foster is…he wasn’t really accepted by a bunch of Christians in varying circles, much like McLaren. People thought that Foster was recommending “works based” salvation and whatnot. So, i think foster vary much fit into the mold of progressive thinker.

    also, i think mclaren’s book, though i’ve only heard brian talk about it, will be much more of an overview than foster’s book.

    but that’s just a thought.

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