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I will order a copy... sounds brilliant. Who knows - I may be able to read it (along with a stack of others I have waiting....) beofre the baby comes along - due 2 weeks today! I will also let people on my Cliff College course know about it - sounds like essential reading.


sounds a spot on book, if it is any comfort it is not only the church that runs its practices in this way but think it should be a good challenge to youth ministries and emerging church


sounds fantastic and edgy. want to know more - so i'll go a buy a copy!


great plug jonny.


Sounds like a great book
and plugging it should help alleviate some of your white guilt


thanks matt - i feel better already ;-)


Valuable information! Looking forward to seeing your notes posted.

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