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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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steve
Mar 19 2021, 05:18
I’m stoked with the news that a journal article I co-authored with Associate Professor Christine Woods has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Public Theology. Title – “Jesus as a socially (ir)responsible innovator: seeking the common good in a dialogue between wisdom Christologies and social entrepreneurship” Short summary – This article examines...
steve
Mar 15 2021, 20:44
I was asked recently if I was aware of any research into theology and U2’s Music Videos. I’ve only got my home library, but a search revealed 3 chapters in 3 books that provided research into theological themes in 3 U2 music videos. First, Steve Taylor, “Divine Moves: Pneumatology as Passionate Participation in U2’s “Mysterious […]
steve
Mar 11 2021, 09:32
The Ecclesial Futures journal, which I co-edit with Nigel Rooms, is offering an online workshop to try and encourage publishing in ecclesially grounded mission. A short summary would be – Missional Research Workshop: This Workshop (online June 8-10, 2021) is designed to encourage research and networking. Sessions will share skills in writing and publishing and […]
steve
Mar 10 2021, 07:41
A conference paper proposal I submitted today. Bono’s Scripture in song: theological ethics in the performing of the U2 catalogue builds on my paper for the 2020 U2conference, on Soul work: two blessings and the eXPERIENCE tour and the research I did in preparation. However this paper takes that work in a more focused theological […]
steve
Mar 05 2021, 03:07
Mission For a Change creates resources for those engaging in church mission, showcasing recent research and new ideas, as fresh thinking is applied in local contexts. Mission For a Change is ideal for ministers wanting some short, sharp lifelong learning, students wanting to discuss fresh thinking and all who care about the future of the […]