Joint Session of the Open and Relational Theologies Unit and the Christian Systematic Theology Group“Radical Orthodoxy and Process Theology”Chairs: Thomas Jay Oord & James K. Smith-- Graham Ward, “The Bride of Christ: Creation, Christology, Ecclesiology”-- Catherine Keller, “Reciprocating Gifts: … Read more about Why I Need to find $ to go to AAR in november.
The Good: I am done with div school in 2 weeksThe Bad: The Heat are not in the NBA playoffs any moreThe Something: I preached today at New community and you can hear it. … Read more about The Good, The Bad, and the Something
PostProtoTheoEpistemic ProjectilicitinessOr, The things you will never talk to your congregation about unless you care about Jesus really mattering in the WorldSenior Projects:Tripp Fuller“Becoming Jesus’ Church in the Post-Colonial World: Reframing the Mission and Power of God”Corbin Boekhaus'I am … Read more about Project Presentation
Christ points the Church toward the Kingdom of God that is beyond the Church. To the degree that the Church follows his pointing and heeds his reminder, the Kingdom of God will manifest itself through the Church. But note that this is quite different from attributing to the Church in its … Read more about Pannenberg on the Church and the Kingdom
'True love nurtures wholeness, granting to the beloved the authenticity and independence of his existence. Creative love does not ask the beloved for his dependency but for his personhood...the eyes of love perceive yet unrealized possibilities...Love, on the one hand, envisions in the beloved the … Read more about Pannenberg on ‘The Beloved"
What does a post-colonial theology of the church look like? A Big and important question, but here is one place to start. The first verse of the first (oldest) gospel about JC. The beginning of the good news of Jesus Christ, Son of God Mark 1:1 This passage is the beginning Mark’s gospel and … Read more about Church Identity in a Post-Colonial World: Mark 1:1
How do you draw more attention to the emerging movement? Like This. If you say blanket statements like the emerging church is 'one of the most dangerous and deceptive movements to infiltrate the ranks of Southern Baptist life,' you could think that might be an overstatement of fearful dread over … Read more about Emerging Fear and the SBC
Here are some pictures from my rev-making service. Dr. Tupper preached, my Pops did the charge, and tons of friends and family came. It was a super time and service. … Read more about Tripp went Rev
I already posted this, but now I am on the CBF of North Carolina website, so if you want to print out my presentation you can get it here. … Read more about Tripp on the internet
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'Zacchaeus stopped there and said to the Lord, ‘Look, half of my possessions, Lord, I will give to the poor; and if I have defrauded anyone of anything, I will pay back four times as much.’ Then Jesus said to him, ‘Today salvation has come to this house, because he too is a son of Abraham. For the … Read more about Friendship as Missional Foundationalism Pt 3
So he ran ahead and climbed a sycomore tree to see him, because he was going to pass that way. When Jesus came to the place, he looked up and said to him, ‘Zacchaeus, hurry and come down; for I must stay at your house today.’ So he hurried down and was happy to welcome him. All who saw it began to … Read more about Friendship as Missional Foundationalism Pt 2