Into The Far Country on theology, mission, politics, culture, and...stuff. - page 41

Here is a a fuller run down of Ed Phillips presentation, which in reality was much better. (referring to previous post) He began by mentioning that one of his current crusades concerning worship/liturgical thought is to rid the phrase “worship experience” from our lexicon. He…

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i just came from one of our most amazing up/rooted gatherings ever with Ed Phillips of Garrett.. I’ll be posting a summary on the site soon, but i have to get some thoughts/reflections out while they are still fresh. concerning worship/liturgy and reality/virtual reality: he…

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Here are some compelling quotes from African Theologian. The emerging church in America should listen to them… The are from either Theology and Identity or Christianity in Africa, both by Kwame Bediako. “For there are many who feel that the spiritual sickness of the West,…

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and a work in progress exploring the us of metaphors in art and the way they interact with nature/natural. this is a bad reflection of mesa while driving through western NM. Mesa__________________________________Mesa Ancient vestiges, timeless stones_____________They rise from earth, reveal the terrainial foundations._____________stair by stair…

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things to think about on this blog (so i don’t forget) after virtue, search for belonging, african theology, alienation and existentialism, theology and persons (primal situation of theology), narrative theology, postmodern churches, death, metaphor and mesas. and all the stuff i forgot but will add.

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yesterday dave whited and i went the Passion Experience Tour here at Trinity. I went two years ago (and used it as a “text” to analyze in a seminary class) and thought that I should check it out to see if things that I said…

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I recently just finished joe myers book the search to belong. It has been one of the most helpful books that I have recently finished (besides Alasdair MacIntyre’s after virtue). a little bit ago a couple of us sat down with joe and talked about…

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brazenly taken from the title of an Annie Dillard book that I just happened across while staying w/ friends in new mexico, “for the time being” conveniently names my interest in “time”, “being” and the provisional nature of thoughts grasping for truth. therefore it is…

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