If you’ve ever asked yourself, “What does constructive Christian theology look like for today?” then this episode is for you.

Stephen Ray Jr., professor at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, President of the Society for the Study of Black Religion and the Co-Chair of the Workgroup on Constructive Theology, author of Do No Harm and Black Church Studies: An Introduction, is co-editor with Laurel Schneider for the new book Awake to the Moment: An Introduction to Theology and is on the podcast to talk about it.

There are several contributions from theologians who’ve been on the podcast before, like Laurel Schneider, Joerg Rieger, Mary McClinktock Fulkerson, Darby Kathleen Ray, Don Schweitzer, James Evans, Cynthia Rigby, and more!

How did they get such a diverse group of theologians to write a book together? What did they gain from doing it? Listen to find out!

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