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Environment, General

KB04

Kingdom Builders 04 finished yesterday and Steve and I wrapped up the “Theology and Real Life” stream looking at Jesus and technology. Over the past three days we’d run sessions on Jesus & the environment, Jesus and the foreshore, and Jesus and technology using Karl Barth’s quote “Tell me your Christology, and I’ll tell you who you are” to weave them together.

It was good to work with Steve and see him in action. His presentation on the foreshore issue here in NZ, where he worked strands of exclusion & embrace, theologies of land and place, and meeting Christ on the foreshore, was outstanding in my opinion. Hopefully it will see publication at some point in the near future.

I learnt a lot in the process about collaboration, presenting outside of the “ivory tower” and also about myself and how I cope (or don’t cope) with stress. (Big “thumbs up” to Kim and Steve there.)

2 Comments

  1. Mate, I’m pleased it went well…pity they didn’t record you guys. I jiust got a copy of you Stimulus article so looking forward to reading it later this week.

  2. Hmmm. They did tape us (audio) for each session. I think you can order CD’s or tapes for the streams using the order form in the programme. Ours was Stream F – Theology and Real Life.

    Email kingdombuilders@bcnz.ac.nz and ask them.

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