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paul T

yeh - true! we are into infection not defection - we even risk our own infection in desiring to infect a city - let other people break into and get inside our skin - where people live in the hard places of life and... our jaws drop - when we realise we have become infected with God.

Bruce

I like that "tribe" thing. Pretty cool!

Nick

I thought you might enjoy this article:
TRIBES, INSTITUTIONS, MARKETS, NETWORKS:
A FRAMEWORK ABOUT SOCIETAL EVOLUTION
David Ronfeldt* Chief Social Scientist at the RAND Corporation

Here is the Link:
http://www.rand.org/publications/P/P7967/P7967.pdf

Darren

Thanks for the link Nick! i downloaded it and gave it a skim. You were “spot–on” with it. i’m going to enjoy reading it over the Independence Day weekend. Thanks again.

Bruce, glad you liked the TRIBE thing. i’ve been mulling it over for the last year or so. i may post a more in-depth view of the Christian T.R.I.B.E. when i get writers block. (i have a 35 page thesis to pull from.)

Paul, Infected by God, i like it. Thanks for the comment! i’ve enjoyed the conversation on your site as it makes me think.

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  • In the Celtic tradition "Thin Places" are places where the spiritual and the natural world intersect. It is a place where it is possible to touch and be touched by God. "Thin Spaces" are the moments when we experience a deep sense of God’s presence in our everyday world.




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