Posts Tagged ‘ theology ’

2010 Emergent Theological Conversation

In just a couple of days I get to join one of the most important theological conversations that Emergent Village has hosted to date.  The conversation will bring Dr. Musa Dube , Dr. Richard Twiss, and Dr. Colin Greene together to explore “Creating Liberated Spaces in a Postcolonial World.”  What does mission look after colonialism?  […]

Remembering Clark Pinnock

Christian Theologian Dr. Clark Pinnock passed away yesterday (August 15th, 2010). Dr. Pinnock was a strong and at times conversational voice in the Evangelical movement.  He taught most recently at MacMaster Divinity College in Hamilton, Ontario in Canada.  And published many books, including (but certainly not limited to): Flame of Love: A Theology of the […]

emergent village 2010 theological conversation

I am so excited about the 2010 Emergent Village Theological Conversation. Like prior EV theological conversations, academic luminaries will enter into conversation with pastors – no notes, no papers delivered, no formality – simply a conversation about things that matter. Past scholars include: Nancey Murphy, Dallas Willard, Stanley Hauerwas, Walter Brueggemann, Miroslav Volf, John Caputo, […]

“free for all” April 15-16 Durham, NC

There is a free conference being held in Durham, NC (April 15&16, 2010) bringing people together in discussion around the themes raised in the outstanding new book by Tim Conder & Dan Rhodes, Free for All: Rediscovering the Bible In Community. Check out the schedule . . . it promises to be an amazing opportunity […]

A Relational Hermeneutic for K.o.G. Mission

I am thrilled that to announce that I just received my first bound copy of my book and it is available at a store near you… This book was born in the context of an eleven-year life altering experiment in ecclesial life, fleshed out in learning communities with thoughtful women and men who never ceased […]

exciting news (at least for me) about new book

Just found out that our completed manuscript for our new book has been officially accepted by Zondervan.  I looks like the book should hit the shelves in October 2010. The book will be titled, Routes & Radishes: and other things to talk about at the Evangelical Crossroads.   It is a co-authored projected exploring the history […]

Tony Jones – Teaching of the 12

Welcome to day nine of the Tony Jones’, The Teaching of the Twelve, blog Tour. Let me begin expressing my gratitude for the thoughtful engagement with the Didache not only by Tony Jones but also by the other bloggers who have engaged this classic work through Tony’s new work.  I am thrilled to see the […]

Theology After Google

Keep you eyes out for an upcoming theology/technology/culture conversation at Claremont.  Follow this link for more information. Philip Clayton and Tripp Fuller are putting together what is looking to be a fascinating conversation. Peace, dwight Here’s a link to the talks.

Faith & Gender – Lauren Winner

Quest Church is hosting Lauren Winner of Duke University on “Faith & Gender” October 10-11.  Lauren has authored numerous books, including: Girl Meets God, Mudhouse Sabbath and Real Sex. Register here.
peace, dwight

Film, Faith & Justice – Seattle

The Other Journal’s, “Film, Faith, and Justice” this October 23-25. The featured lecturers:

  • Christopher L. Hueurtz – Director of Word Made Flesh, a global community “serving Jesus among the poorest of the poor.”
  • Rita Nakashima Brock – Theologian and award-winning author of “Saving Paradise,” investigating the Christian ideas of paradise and the injustices that have resulted from theologies of holy war and violence that stem from those ideas.
  • J. Kameron Carter – Professor of theology and black church studies at Duke Divinity School, exploring modern constructions of race and their theological implications.
  • Eugene McCarraher – Professor of Humanities and Augustinian Traditions at Villanova University, dealing with the interplay of faith and justice.

Peace, dwight