Jason Clark has written a nice article over at "the church and postmodern culture" — conversation: Superficial Church: The Loss of Real Church. Clark neatly summarizes the writing of Jean Baudrillard and calls to our attention the importance of being the church over just discussing nice concepts of what the church could be. Definitely worth reading.
Talk about the postmodern blending of different beliefs into your very own ecclectic kind of faith: "Sara Miles, a left-wing, secular journalist and former cook, found herself an unlikely convert to Christianity." Read here about how she came to like the Bible, judge other Christians and make up her own faith mix. At any rate, it’s interesting what makes it onto Salon these days.