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Glad to see someone else picking this up. I agree with your comments jonny, esp on the way that AltWorship has been into this for a while now, in a sense. I think that there are issues in this for emerging church and mission, not le\st for the way that we approach evangelism. Of course there are downsides to this spirituality -it can replicate the worst kinds of quietism and pietism and be a real seedbed for a non-Christian prosperity teaching. Also interesting is the way that the thing gets into commodifying spirituality; lots of reflection here on embodiedness, consumerism, pilgrimmage, etc etc ... if I can be as uncouth as to link to my comments on this article [though Idon't deal with all of what I've just written in these -you'd have to attend one of my seminars for that!] ....

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