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Website Pitch Report

The Last Word and the Word After That
A Tale of Faith, Doubt,
and a New Kind of Christianity

by Brian D. McLaren

Published by Jossey-Bass

About Your Placement Report:

We requested a placement for your display at all the web sites shown below. For those sites with bookstores, we asked them to use the display in the bookstore. For non-bookstore sites, we asked them to use the display as a feature article. We have no control over whether people will install your display or not. The address of each site is provided below so that you can look for your display.

alternativeworship.org
http://www.alternativeworship.org
An introduction to alternative worship and the Emergent church. 04/28/05: requested placement on Theory page from Paul Roberts [Email address removed from public report].
EMERGINGCHURCH.INFO
http://www.emergingchurch.info/
"A Touching Place for the Emerging Church." Site is currently the first search result for "Emergent Church" on Google. 04/28/05: Requested placement on Reflection page from [Email address removed from public report].
Relevant Magazine
http://www.relevantmagazine.com/
"Relevant is the only magazine for forward-thinking spiritually-hungry twenty-somethings." 04/29/05: Requested placement on God page from Won Kim [Email address removed from public report]. Kim responded stating a review of the book was scheduled and inquired as to the possiblity of McLaren writing an original commentary for the site and magazine.
Futurechurch NZ
http://www.futurechurch.org.nz/
New Zealand Emergent Church site. 04/28/05: Requested placement on Resources page from Rosemary Neave [Email address removed from public report]. 04/29/05: Neave responded requesting a review copy and posting link and short blurb on site.
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Open Source Theology
http://www.opensourcetheology.net/
Open Source Theology is a model for doing community-based 'theology.' 04/28/05: Requested placement on site from Andrew Perriman [Email address removed from public report]. 04/29/05: Perriman responded requesting a review copy and posting the excerpt on his site.
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Small Voices
http://www.smallvoices.net/
"We're just here to present thoughts on the (or at least our) ongoing Christian experience." 04/28/05: Requested placement in Articles section from Alden Swan [Email address removed from public report]. Swan responded stating the excerpt would be posted on the site and request a review copy.
Emergent Village
http://www.emergentvillage.com/site/
"For people who feel called by God to invest their lives at this new edge of transition, exploration, creativity, challenge, collaboration, faith, danger, and opportunity." Site is currently the second search result for "Emergent Church" on Google. 04/28/05: Requested placement on Reading List page via online form.
Allelon
http://www.allelon.org/main.cfm
Emergent Church site that seeks "to root ourselves in the larger story of God and its essential role in the formation of a newly constituted people." 04/28/05: Requested placement on Resources page from [Email address removed from public report].
Gink World
http://www.ginkworld.net
Edgy emergent church site with numerous articles and commentary. 04/28/05: Submitted article via online form.
Theology Website
http://www.theologywebsite.com
"We are dedicated to providing the internet community with academically rigorous and doctrinally sound theological content in a public forum characterized by open mindedness and genuine engagement toward diverse convictions and beliefs." 04/28/05: Requested placement on News page from Scott David Foutz [Email address removed from public report].
Religion News Service
http://www.religionnews.com/
"For nearly 70 years, Religion News Service® has been an authoritative source of news about religion, ethics, spirituality and moral issues." 04/29/05: Requested placement in Features section from [Email address removed from public report].
Dtour
http://www.dtour.com.au/main.cfm
"Dtour is an Australian online Christian community discussing issues of community, culture, faith & ministry in the emerging postmodern world." 04/28/05: Requested placement on Culture page from Malcolm Hawker [Email address removed from public report].
Vintage Faith
http://www.vintagefaith.com
"Exploring the emerging church and vintage Christianity." 04/28/05: Requested placement on Articles page from Dan Kimball ([Email address removed from public report].
Explore Faith
http://www.explorefaith.org
"Explorefaith.org and its associates are deeply committed to ongoing spiritual formation for people of all ages and all backgrounds, living in countries around the world." 04/28/05: Requested placement on Questions page from [Email address removed from public report].
Boundless Webzine
http://www.boundless.org/
A Web zine for young Christians. 04/28/05: Requested placement on main page from [Email address removed from public report].
Teaching Minds, Changing Hearts
http://www.tmch.net/
Encouraging biblical world views around the globe. 04/28/05: Requested placement on Resources page from Paul [Email address removed from public report].
Monergism
http://www.monergism.com/
A Web zine "to encourage the church to always be reforming its thoughts in order to be more God-honoring & consistent with the Word of God." 04/29/05: Requested placement from [Email address removed from public report].
Seven Magazine
http://www.sevenmagazine.org/index.htm
"Seeks to engage the emerging culture and its interface with faith and life." 04/29/05: Requested placement on main page from [Email address removed from public report].
Assemblies of God Theological Seminary
http://www.agts.edu/
Approximately 1700 resources compiled by Earl Creps to help leaders enhance their relevance in a rapidly emerging culture. 04/29/05: Requested placement on Resources page from [Email address removed from public report].

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