Download PDF: Common, Introducing Design Thinking Abstract This paper will introduce design thinking and practical theology as promising new interdisciplinary partners that can enhance their respective methodological and pedagogical approaches. Both share a focus on problem-solving, innovation and transformation and
Download PDF: RV Moschella, Reflective Research Invitation to Research in Practical TheologyBy Zoë Bennett, Elaine Graham, Stephen Pattison, and Heather WaltonNew York: Routledge, 2018. 194 pages. $140 Hardback; $39.95 Paperback; $39.95 Ebook. Imitating Christ in Magwi: An Anthropological TheologyBy Todd
Download PDF: Beaudoin, Faith in Music Abstract The author reviews a free, open, online course on popular music that he taught from a practical theological perspective. By considering several dimensions of the structure and content of the course, and with
Download PDF: Dombkowski Hopkins, Bridging the Divide Abstract Biblical interpreters argue that the Bible is a gapped, polyphonic collection of texts. Pastoral theology argues that we as readers of the biblical text are multiple and fluid. For too long, the
Download PDF: Penagos, Teaching Religious Traditions Abstract Associative place-based pedagogy uniquely provides strategies inclusive of a wide range of traditions beyond those of traditional Western classrooms and provides a foundation for educators to build upon in ways that are practical
Download PDF: RV Angulo, Vulnerability and Valour By: Jessica M. KeadyLondon: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2017. 240 pages. $120.00. Jessica Keady’s work sheds light on the complex and dynamic relationship between gender and impurity in the sectarian Dead Sea Scrolls communities.
Download PDF: Dollinger, Who is a Jew Abstract American Jewish approaches to social justice can best be understood by investigating the various definitions of “who is a Jew?” Those definitions changed over time and place as Jews lived in the
Download PDF: Taylor RV, Healthcare As A Social Good By David M. Craig Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2014. 280 pages. $29.95 In his 2014 book, Health Care as a Social Good: Religious Values and American Democracy, David M. Craig argues