Friday, May 01, 2009

GodComplex: new format for faith discussion
Monday, May 4th 9:00am PST

A friend is starting a new online format for talking about faith and the church in our emergent, post-modern context. Looks to be promising as our historically traditional ways of talking about faith and the secular, church and the world just might not be large enough in terms of inclusion, expression and honest self-awareness to address the real questions before us. Here's their publicity blurp:

The God Complex: "where fully divine runs smack dab into fully human" begins its broadcast life with the first program on May 4 at 9am PDT, noon EDT.

Here is the link for the live show.

Bruce Reyes-Chow is a pastor of a church that recently completed the new church development process in San Francisco, a blogger at, and the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (USA). Carol Howard Merritt is a pastor in D.C., a blogger at and the author of Tribal Church: Ministering to the Missing Generation. Join them for a coast-to-coast conversation about faith, culture, politics, and life.

Through their diverse congregational experiences, Bruce and Carol share a deep common yearning to find bridges between tradition and innovation.

Gleaning from the practical knowledge of special guests, questions from call-in listeners and a never-ending well of current issues and church happenings, Bruce and Carol will take on issues of the secular and the spiritual.

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