The challenge issued in "Spiritual nomads" (August, page 20) is if all we preach is classical liberal Christianity as expressed in the 20th century, many youth will find that to be "done already" and just go to Starbucks. We need to be more theologically specific in worship, preaching, teaching and ministry about what it means to be a progressive yet liturgical Christianity. I love the phrase "sacramental politics of baptism and the Lord's Supper that run deeper than today's conservative hypocritical legalism and liberal therapeutic niceness."
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