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A New Shape for Christianity in a Post-Christian Era

Though mainline pastors may be mourning the passing of Christianity’s social dominance in the United States, those who have eyes might see that Christianity is not dying, but changing shape. For Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, the new shape of Christianity can be seen in the creative experimentation of monastic community life, where Christian leadership is revealed as the role of teaching a way of life rather than managing systems and people. It is a leadership of mutual dependence where the resurrection takes place in relationships and common tasks. Read the essay, Mr. Myagi and Dorothy Day, and others on the website of Faith & Leadership, an offering of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.

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