Whether you're part of the movement or not, you've got to admit these posters parodying the Emerging Church are pretty funny. Even a prominent EC blogger has applauded the posters. They point to abuses and dangers within the movement and are therefore critical in nature. Of course, I've expressed my concerns as well.
But then I saw these posters as a response. And you know what, I like them. Now, I would word a few captions differently (and certainly define postmodernism differently!) but what I like is how they communicate what this person is for and not just what she's against. There's a different texture to them than the parody posters.
Of course, I have no problem with critiques. Indeed, I wouldn't be with STR if I did, as "destroying speculations and every lofty thing raised up against the knowledge of God" is a vital part of what we do and what the Church needs. But sometimes we (I mean those of us who are theologically or apologetically-minded) are so critical of the church and all of her weaknesses and failings that we forget to paint a picture of what she should look like. We're good at telling people the "no" but never the "yes." And in a public square where discourse is so often shrill and mean-spirited, a compelling vision of what the Church can be is profoundly refreshing.