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Consider this link:
What does it have to do with Leonard Sweet? It critiques the Emerging Church... doesn't even mention Sweet? In fact, it's on the Emerging Church page as well. No need to be here, I'm removing it.
I see it was added in this revision: Revision as of 06:44, 16 March 2007 ... 184.108.40.206
That contributor methodically contributed critique all over the place: Special:Contributions/220.127.116.11
www.takebackcanada.com and www.emergingchurch.ca links were added to numerous pages, etc. Looks rather spammy?
--Hugovdm 16:25, 15 July 2007 (UTC)
Sweet is no longer part of the emerging church movement
I am a critic of the emerging church movement, having written several articles about it. I do not think it fair to say that Sweet is still part of the movement. The EC left Sweet behind a long time ago and Sweet repudiates it now. Sweet disavows the wording of Quantum Spirituality which he wrote when he was young in an attempt to evangelize New Agers (it is a typical Sweet approach but he now knows it was unwise). Leonard Sweet no longer identifies with the emerging church movement, so I think the article is inaccurate at this point.Will3935 (talk) 01:49, 24 March 2013 (UTC)