13 December 2005
The news of a January conference of Emergent Christians and their Jewish counterparts at Synagogue 3000 (S3K), who intend to meet to discuss ways the two groups can work together on social justice and poverty issues, sparked a blogo-battle over whether members of two different religions — even emergent, or next generation “seeker” members — can work together to build “God’s Kingdom,” when they disagree on the premises for that kingdom. Shawn Landres, of Religion & Society, tracks the debate.