For readers whose spiritual imaginations were expanded and inspired, stretched, and challenged by A New Kind of Christian, Tony Jones has written a new book that points the way to a new kind of Christianity. This is a 'third way' of faith, between religious conservatism and almost-secular religious liberalism. Jones offers an in-depth view of the life of Emergent faith--from core theological beliefs to the individual and community practices that mark this new and revitalized incarnation of Christianity. Many who are already involved in the Emergent movement are aware of some aspects of this emerging kind of Christianity, but others who are curious, intrigued, or attracted to this way of faith have not had a clear, complete, and articulate resource for understanding its practices and beliefs. With depth of theological expertise and broad perspective gained as a leader of the Emergent movement, Tony is positioned to lead readers more fully into the emergent conversation and help them engage their deepest spiritual hungers as they craft their life of faith. With journalistic narrative as well as authoritative reflection, he draws upon on-site research to provide fascinating examples and stories of who is doing what, where, and whyoften in their own voices.