Exploring Vocation in Community
In 4D Formation: Exploring Vocation in Community, Drew Tucker builds on his definition of vocation as "meaningful, life-giving work for the world" to equip vocational explorers with the confidence and skills to examine, clarify, and affirm their purpose and identity, and ultimately to experience God's presence in and purpose for their lives.
The Church in the Public
A Politics of Engagement for a Cruel and Indifferent Age
The Church in the Public shows how church/state dualism has corrupted the church's social witness and allowed neoliberal and neocolonial ideas to assert control of public and political life. Ahn argues for a public church, one that collaborates and cooperates with other public actors and entities in the promotion of a just social order.
Batman Is Jesus
Artist-theologian Siku introduces the concept of Narrative Theology--and the specific subset of Graphic Theology--that informs his unique work and ministry. Through visual language, he demonstrates a contemporary method of engaging with the Bible that resonates with how the Hebrew sages and prophets of pre-antiquity read Scripture.
Jesus, Midrash, and Kabbalah
In Textual Rivalries Gilad Elbom offers a theology of textuality. By following the prompts provided by medieval kabbalistic exegesis, he argues that the universe is forged of words, God is a linguistic presence, and biblical interpretation is a semiotic practice, one endowed with a self-perpetuating power to repair an imperfect world.
Anthony B. Pinn
Benjamin A. Kolodziej