The Pastor as Minor Poet
This is a review and summary of M. Craig Barnes’ book The Pastor as Minor Poet: The Texts and Subtexts of Ministerial Life. This video considers the relevance of the text to the theopoetic project as well as those concerned with vocational and occupational pastoral care.
Theology’s Audience: Review and Response
A look at David H. Jensen’s article in Theology That Matters, a collection of essays by progressive Christian theologians. It addresses perspectives on the “proper” audience of theology from Karl Barth, Paul Tillich, and Sallie McFague.
It’s About Time: Reflections on a Theology of Rest
A look at Darby Kathleen Ray’s chapter from the book, Theology That Matter. It addresses ideas about Sabbath practices, consumer culture, creatio ex nihilo, and a theo-social critique of Deep Consumerism.
From Metaphors and Models to Maps: Thinking Theology with an Archipelagic Imagination
A look at Nancy M. Victorin-Vangerud’s article in Theology That Matters, a collection of essays by progressive Christian theologians. It addresses geographic and metaphoric perspectives on inclusive theology and considers ways in which we are estranged from the sea and mystery.