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Rebuilding Tomorrowland: My Guest Post at Deep Church

I have a guest-post today over at Jason Clark’s blog Deep Church for his current series on re-imagining Vineyard values. This week’s value is the “now and not yet” of the The Kingdom of God. In my post I propose a re-embrace of eschatology as a corrective to the loss of apocalyptic intensity that I think characterizes the current Christian movements of social justice as the new “now” of the Kingdom. You can click here to to read my post.

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