Sean Gladding and narrative theology

Sean Gladding, who lives in an intentional community in the East End neighborhood of Lexington, is a good representation of progressive evangelical spirituality. Convinced that the old salvation formulation of the Romans Road is lacking in some fundamental ways, Gladding emphasizes Creation and the New Creation in his narrative of faith and Scripture. His book The Story of God, The Story of Us describes how Christians can experience a glimpse of God’s coming kingdom even here on earth. Click here (for a guest post at Kurt Willem’s site) to read Gladding’s description of his narrative style. And you can watch him speak below.

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