Event: Menno Simons Lecture Series – Prophets, Poets & Pragmatists: The Historic Peace Churches and Public Theology
Place : Bethany Theological Seminary
Time: March 29 -30, 2009
Who: Scott Holland and Travis Poling
Theopoetics is a style of writing or a theological stance, an artful way of working with language and worldview. The theo-poet uses the occasion of the poem to create space for the reader or the public to face the unknown, engage Mystery, to dream and be transformed. Come and dialog and dream in this creative space about how theopoetics
might enhance your faith journey.
Leaders: Scott Holland and Travis Poling. Scott Holland is Associate Professor of Peace Studies and Public Theology and Director of Cross-Cultural Studies at Bethany Theological Seminary. Travis Poling is a Master of Divinity student at Bethany Theological Seminary.