Kimberly Knight: Don’t Hold Your Breath…Act Now!

Another guest blogger: Kimberly Knight. Kimberly is the Circuit Rider for The Beatitudes Society. A graduate of Candler School of Theology,  she brings to her theological musings more than fifteen years of experience across a broad spectrum of technology settings including multimedia production and instructional technology. She currently serves as the pastor of an online […]

Heads Up: I Just Saw Avatar!

As an FYI, I just saw Avatar. Yes, it’s been out a while, but alas, I saw it in 3D none the less. So, by initial impressions, expect 5 posts on it over the next few months. Here are a few taster titles: Movies James Cameron Stole From Sex, Ecology and Process Theology Why the […]

Philip Clayton vs. Academic Theology: The Postman Revisited

Philip Clayton equals Kevin Costner as epic hero. In recent conversations with Philip (listen to podcast here), and with others (see AAR 2009 or HBC podcast), Clayton has really begun to push against academic “ivory tower” theology as being too disconnected from the kind of theology that is really necessary or capable of meeting the […]

Theology After Google: An Event & A Question

On March 10-12 in Claremont, California, there is an event taking place called Theology After Google. I’ll be there. As decribed on the website, “Why ‘theology after Google’?”: “Progressive Christian theologians have some vitally important things to say, things that both the church and society desperately need to hear. The trouble is, we tend to […]