I don't know if you've been clued in or have been paying attention to the pseudo-evangelical Christian movement known as "Emerging" or "Emergent," but it's becoming a popular venue for the younger generation on Sunday mornings.
In a nutshell, the Emerging movement basically features a "seeker friendly" gospel which eschews absolute truth save for one absolute truth, that you can not possibly know what is absolutely true. They favor an experience-oriented gathering, making the individual the focus of the gathering rather than where the focus should belong - on the worship of Christ1. In my mind it's the marriage of post-modernity with Christianity, featuring generation-x folks who are now old enough to
preach from the pulpit lead discussion from the center bar stool.
This video clip is from a recent PBS story on the movement, and apparently there will be a follow-up with one going a little more in-depth with one of it's leaders, Brian McLaren. I'll be on the lookout for it.
(1) Does that not have overtones from the original lie told in the garden?