Monday, February 9, 2009

10 Questions for Transforming Theology

The folks over at Transforming Theology are looking for questions to spark their conversation. So I thought about it. Blogged about it. Talked to others about it. And now I have a list of ten questions that I think would be interesting conversation starters. Cheers!

How is Jesus relevant in a postmodern world facing economic problems?

What does postmodern preaching look like?

What is the role of Narrative Therapy in the postmodern Church?

What is the role of Queer Theology in the postmodern Church?

What does a revitalization in progressive Christianity look like?

What does a revitalization in rural congregations look like?

How can seminaries and denominations help rural congregations afford pastors and resources?

In a world of great diversity, how can we live together with peace, justice, and mutuality?

In three to five brief sentences, what is your theology?

What is the difference between Evangelical and Fundementalist Christianity?

1 comment:

  1. Good list, but it makes me aware of how far we all have to go:

    "In a world of great diversity, how can we live together with peace, justice, and mutuality?" In essence, this is asking "How can we manage not to hate each other?" And this is indeed sorely needed - peace, justice and some mutuality would be transformative at this point.

    But I hope someday we get to "What is it that holds us in common as people of faith, whatever our tradition?"

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