Adam Heffelfinger's Reviews > The Tangible Kingdom: Creating Incarnational Community: The Posture and Practices of Ancient Church Now

The Tangible Kingdom by Hugh Halter
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Oct 10, 2010

it was amazing
Read in October, 2010

This book is a fascinating look at what isn't working in Christianity, and how moving to a missional and incarnational type of gospel community can look, and can work. I'd recommend it to anyone even considering ministry work, and anyone who thinks that maybe three institutional church as it has existed s since Constantine is less than a viable model in a society that no longer respects it. Life changing, mission making stuff.

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