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Vintage Church by Mark Driscoll
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Apr 12, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: theology, church-ministry
Recommended for: everyone
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This book, the second in the Vintage series by Mark Driscoll, looks at the church through the lens of Scripture and allows it to teach us what a church should look like.

I really appreciated the "fresh view" of a Scriptural view of church when so many people are trying to figure out the new way of doing things, or even turning away from church altogether. I definitely recommend this book to everyone who wants to be involved in the church.

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message 1: by Adam T (new)

Adam T Calvert This must be the sequel to 'Vintage Jesus' (which I heard was a good book). Mark Driscoll is a little out there sometimes, but he's really good at speaking in plain language. I'd be really interested in knowing what you think about it when you're done!

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