Thursday, December 02, 2004

place, spirituality and mission

Dis-place-ment and participation in the Other as Trinitarian mission: A contemporary Pakeha theological reflection on the foreshore and seabed issue

Just sent an article, 6,000 words, to a journal, hoping for publication. The title sounds a bit of a mouthful, but a part of my gift-mix is the ability to think. For me its part of loving God with all of my mind, as well as creativity and work-ethic.

I spoke on this issue – the foreshore as an indigenous theological response at Kingdom Builders in Auckland in September. I got such a good response, I shaped it up for a journal. It’s been killing me for the last week. Big thanks to greenflame and beyond flatland, who chimed in with some excellent comments, and kelli, for an edit.

(And before you ask, no it isn’t a web journal, so no it won’t be up on the www. So go on. Start a revolution. Get luddite. Buy a paper journal!)

Posted by steve at 05:21 PM

1 Comment

  1. I am the lonely comment
    No others that I can see
    I really don’t know why, but
    I’m happy as can be.

    Comment by Andrew — December 15, 2004 @ 9:29 am

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