2017 ESR Ministry of Writing Colloquium

Event Details

2017 ESR Ministry of Writing Colloquium

Time: 11th mo. 3, 2017 at 6pm to 11th mo. 4, 2017 at 5pm
Location: Earlham School of Religion
Street: 228 College AVE
City/Town: Richmond IN
Website or Map: http://esr.earlham.edu/events…
Phone: 800-432-1377
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Earlham School of Religion
Latest Activity: 9th month 6

Export to Outlook or iCal (.ics)

Event Description

Incarnation and Provocation: Toward New Languages of Faith

Featuring Keynote Speaker Barbara Brown Taylor

November 3-4, 2017

Register Online 

In a world where 23 percent of Americans are religiously unaffiliated, and in which even many Christians find traditional theological language irrelevant, how do we speak and write of faith?  Barbara Brown Taylor suggests we begin by looking at the incarnation - an event in which Christians believe the divine became flesh, fully inhabiting an earth filled with wind, water, light, and all kinds of breathing things. Can we speak faithfully about the God we know in these newer, more uncomfortable, and theologically unorthodox languages of the body?

Meetups, Events, and Resources

Comment

RSVP for 2017 ESR Ministry of Writing Colloquium to add comments!

Join QuakerQuaker

Attending (1)

Support Us

Did you know that QuakerQuaker is 100% reader supported? If you think this kind of outreach and conversation is important, please support it with a monthly subscription or one-time gift.


You can also make a one-time donation.

Latest Activity

Christopher Alexander Eaton updated their profile
6 hours ago
Christopher Alexander Eaton updated their profile photo
6 hours ago
Kirby Urner replied to Kirby Urner's discussion 'Quakerism and Charter Schools'
"Here's a Youtube to get the ball rolling: https://youtu.be/4VJirp2TRZY I see parallels with…"
7 hours ago
Kirby Urner replied to Kirby Urner's discussion 'Quakerism and Charter Schools'
"Few contemporaries simultaneously have the reputation for being great and wise religious leaders,…"
8 hours ago
Kirby Urner commented on Keith Saylor's blog post 'Founding Quakerism: “Their chief design... to reduce Religion to Allegory?”'
"I have no reason to doubt that. Some Quakers are really into theology, and once that' s your…"
8 hours ago
Forrest Curo commented on Keith Saylor's blog post 'Founding Quakerism: “Their chief design... to reduce Religion to Allegory?”'
"What does God [feel free to interpret this in whatever way you so-far envision the Life and Soul in…"
11 hours ago
David McKay commented on Keith Saylor's blog post 'Founding Quakerism: “Their chief design... to reduce Religion to Allegory?”'
"Not with-it enough to speak to "we just don't care if you think in terms of a Trinity or…"
12 hours ago
Kirby Urner commented on Keith Saylor's blog post 'Founding Quakerism: “Their chief design... to reduce Religion to Allegory?”'
"I go back to Karen Armstrong's observation that Protestantism stands out in its focus on…"
16 hours ago

© 2017   Created by QuakerQuaker.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service