As a proud and dedicated ‘contextual theologian’, I have never been quite sure what to with Mormonism. As in any field, questions will always come up from concerned listeners about ‘what if we take this too far’ or ‘where do we draw the line'. In contextual theology - since it started as a … Read more about Mormonism: Made In America
I am a big fan of the early churches’ creeds. I appreciate them for their historical significance, for the trajectory that they provide, and for their value as snapshots in the formation of the tradition. In fact, as a contextual theologian, I adore them as amazing time-capsules of expressions … Read more about Of Creeds and Lean-tos: thoughts on temporary shelters
by Bo Sanders posted at Ethnic Space Contextual theology was the subject of my Master’s thesis.* I was, and continue to be, enthralled with the possibility that the gospel could be uniquely expressed in every culture in a manner that was both authentic and indigenous to that group’s place and … Read more about Post-Contextuality
I had just come back from Big Tent Phoenix and had a chance to go to Fuller Seminary to hear Stanley Hauerwas. I had read his The Peaceable Kingdom and Resident Aliens. I had also listened to him lecture on John Howard Yoder and several other topics. So, I was excited for the Q&R time - my plan … Read more about What the heck Hauerwas?