Digital engagement with theological communities
I’m so far behind on so many tasks, that I haven’t had time to really keep up with AKMA’s blog, but as usual it is full of interesting and evocative ideas. On May 18th he goes back over some of the speakers he brought to campus, and his reflections include some very important ideas about the ways in which “thinking in public” might support communities of faith. Towards that end, he links also to Jim McGee’s musings on the topic. I can’t quite figure out how he did it, but he’s got a lovely little index to his thought makes his blog particularly navigable. New as I am to this form of discourse, I’m easily convinced that it needs to be a part of my teaching next year. I think the possibilities are enormous!
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