Intent and Theme
This meeting continued to address the impact of employing non-propositional poetics in the exploration of theological practice and scholarship. Additionally however, in our 2012 meeting there was a desire to focus particularly on the ways in which a theopoetic perspective engenders embodiment and a return to the flesh.
Jeffery Hocking’s “Risking Idolatry? Theopoetics and the Promise of Embodiment” | Abstract Here | Meeting Work here
Travis Poling and Craig Goodworth’s “Ritual in the Dark: A Liturgy of Image & Text” | Abstract Here | Meeting Work here
Andrew Tripp’s “Scripted Bodies and the Poet’s Word: Theopoetics and Pastoral Care” | Abstract Here | Meeting Work here
Martha Serpas’s “Transubstantiated Poetry and Embodied Theology” | Abstract Here | Meeting Work here
Contact Callid Keefe-Perry here.