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sustain:if:able kiwi

steve taylor seeking a sustain-if-able spirituality with God/self/people/place/culture :: in process :: all thoughts personal and provisional Read more: http://www.emergentkiwi.org.nz/#ixzz2JwdhGYQd Under Creative Commons License: Attribution Non-Commercial

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Jul 17 2019, 00:40
ANZATS 2019 was stimulating and diverse. The keynotes were excellent and the contrasting styles helped provide rich engagement. With over 100 papers and more than 140 participants, it was a great chance to network and re-connect with old friends – particularly for me folk from Uniting College, Adelaide. A highlight for me is always the […]
steve
Jul 16 2019, 06:06
I write a column for Zadok, an Australian print publication, every quarter. It is a print based publication which they let me share on my blog, to resource more widely and generally. Here is my column for Autumn 2019, on gender and mission. Faith of girls and the mission of men When I hear talk […]
steve
Jul 04 2019, 07:04
Steve Taylor, Phil King, “Theological Education as Development in Vanuatu: ‘Wayfaring’ and the Talua Ministry Training Centre,” Sites: a journal of social anthropology and cultural studies 16 (1) 2019, 135-157. Abstract Education is essential to development. In Pacific cultures, in which the church is a significant presence, theological education can empower agency and offer analytical...
steve
Jun 29 2019, 07:17
I’m working my way through Janet Martin Soskice’s The Kindness of God: Metaphor, Gender, and Religious Language with a yellow highlighter. This is the second time I’ve read this fascinating book this year. The first time was during my Outside Study Leave, as I searched for ways to construct a methodology of the unique, a […]
steve
Jun 26 2019, 22:45
Monthly I write a film review for Touchstone (the New Zealand Methodist magazine). Stretching back to 2005, some 140 plus films later, here is the review for June 2019 Merata: How Mum Decolonised the Screen A film review by Rev Dr Steve Taylor Merata Mita, Ngāti Pikiao and Ngāi Te Rangi, was a pioneering Māori […]