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Centered-Set Church by Mark Baker

Centered-Set Church by Mark Baker

I have begun reading a book by Mark Baker called Centered-Set Church: Discipleship and Community Without Judgmentalism. If you follow along here, you know that centred-set churches are a topic I am passionate about. I heard about the book a while ago but was reminded...
Irish Prosperity and the End of Oppressive Faith

Irish Prosperity and the End of Oppressive Faith

For the past couple of years, I have been thinking about how people in Ireland view faith. It has to do with Irish prosperity and the freedom they experienced from an oppressive faith. I went into a bit more detail here. (this article will make more sense if you read...
A Jesus Centred Approach to Church

A Jesus Centred Approach to Church

A few weeks ago, I introduced the idea of set theory and then wrote a couple of posts about some downsides of bounded set churches (here and here). In this post, I want to introduce the idea of a centred set church… specifically a Jesus Centred church, and then we’ll...
4 (more) Ways Bounded Sets are Detrimental to Faith

4 (more) Ways Bounded Sets are Detrimental to Faith

A few weeks ago, I wrote about being Jesus-Centered and introduced the idea of “set theory” [you can find that here]. Afterwards, I shared 3 Reasons Bounded Sets are Detrimental to Faith and promised 4 more to come. Here they are. 4) Bounded Sets are...
3 Ways Bounded Sets are Detrimental to Faith

3 Ways Bounded Sets are Detrimental to Faith

I actually have 7, not just 3 ways bounded sets are detrimental to faith. However, when I began this post, I imagined it being just a few thoughts. It has grown a bit. So to keep it a bit more manageable, I’ll post 3 reasons now, and 4 next week. Last week I...
What Do We Mean by Jesus-Centred?

What Do We Mean by Jesus-Centred?

There are a few phrases we frequently use when we talk about the Table, the church we are planting here in Dublin. One of them is “Jesus-centred”. I wanted to take a few posts and explain what we mean by that phrase and why we consider it so central (no pun...