In response to Doug Pagitt's chapter "The EC and Embodied Theology", Mark Driscoll writes the following:
"If both doctrine and practice are constant, the result is dead orthodoxy, which Pagitt is reacting against. If both doctrine and practice are constantly changing, the result is living heresy, which Pagitt is contending for. But if doctrine is constant and practice is constantly changing, the result is living orthodoxy, which I propose is the faithful third way." (page 147, "Listening to the Beliefs of Emerging Churches)
I am still processing Pagitt's assumptions regarding the theological endeavor, there are a few thoughts that intrigue me. However, the big MD shooting from the hip somehow always nails the bullseye.