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Jun 28, 2006


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Dana Ames

You been reading L. Newbigin? Your comments about the church as plausibility structure really resonate with one of his major points in "Gospel in a Pluralist Society".

Excellent post.


Michael Kruse

Actually, I learned about the plausibility structure concept from Peter Berger while studying sociology in college in the late 1970s. It has always stuck with me. Newbigin does a great job of developing this in relationship to the Church. Interesting you should bring him up. I have been thinking I need to go back and reread "Gospel in a Pluralist Society."


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