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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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May 19 2019, 22:01
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 May 2019. Daffodils A film review by Rev Dr Steve Taylor Daffodils packs an emotional punch, a Kiwi soundtrack in which the songs actually silence the words that […]
steve
May 03 2019, 01:33
You are ‘good to go’ said the editors. Forthcoming in Sites: a journal of social anthropology and cultural studies vol 16, issue 1, (August 2019). As I submitted it today, I noted the partnerships that made this possible, particularly staff at the Archives Research Centre of the Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand. My thanks […]
steve
May 02 2019, 08:16
A change of sabbatical pace for the next week. After an intense period of writing, a week of indigenous learning, courtesy of land owners. First, a weekend haerenga (journey) with Karuwha Trust. A chance to learn more about the Kingitanga and to greet Ngati hau. I did a lot of research through 2017 in relation […]
steve
Apr 28 2019, 22:00
Stoked to hear that my journal article – Cultural hybridity in conversion: an examination of “Hapkas” Christology as resistance and innovation in Drusilla Modjeska’s The Mountain – has been accepted (minor revisions) for Mission Studies. Mission Studies is the Journal of the International Association for Mission Studies and aims to be a forum for the […]
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Apr 18 2019, 06:31
So I am coding.  As introduced earlier this week, I have 1100 individual tweets; 22 pages of data.  These have been printed on A3 sheets, leaving me with margins to scrawl notes as I go. Over 3 afternoons this week, when I need a break from writing on the First Expressions book project, I have […]