Stirred not Shaken: Themes for an Emerging Generation

Book, 2005, 149 pp
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Mark Feldmeir, himself a GenXer, argues for four hermeneutical themes that preachers would do well to explore with clarity and intention as they prepare sermons for congregants who are younger than forty: ambiguity, suffering, transformation and reconciliation. Feldmeir explores each theme both culturally and biblically, offering glimpses of how these themes are expressed through music, art, film, literature and pop culture. He exegetes the cultures of GenXers and Millennials to discover the points of intersection between their stories and the stories of Jesus.
"Here's a preacher who's got a thing for reaching a new generation of young adults for Christ, and he knows how to do it. Weaving biblical insights with scenes from movies and other artifacts of contemporary American culture, Feldmeir makes the good news of the gospel good news for a new generation in the emerging church" -- William Willimon.
TypePrint
ExpressionSermon
AudienceAdults, Youth
LanguageEnglish
PublisherChalice Press

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