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Several of the leaders of the now defunct emerging church movement have decided to ditch the label that suffered from overuse and a severe lack of definition. They had kept doctrinal definitions theologically fuzzy by design and while this promoted refreshing dialogue between godly people who disagreed, it also allowed for the theological hijacking.
The Out of Ur Blog, owned by Christianity Today, rumors that Erwin McManus, Dan Kimball, and others are looking to create a new network of like-minded thinkers and churches:
As the emerging church rides off into the sunset, where does that leave things? Well, news has been leaking about a new network being formed by Dan Kimball, Erwin McManus, and Scot McKnight among others. I understand further meetings will be happening this week to help solidify the group. The still unnamed network has agreed to start with the inclusive but orthodox theological foundation of the Lausanne Covenant, and they intend to emphasize mission and evangelism. They appear to have learned from the emerging church’s mistake—define purpose and doctrine early so your identity doesn’t get hijacked. If they do their work carefully, perhaps the new network can avoid getting “wacked” in every sense of the word.