Download PDF: Paylor RV, Redeeming Anthropology Khaled FuraniOxford: Oxford University Press, 2019. 224 pages. $70.00. In a compelling critique of anthropology’s epistemological complicity with the secular project of modernity, Khaled Furani’s second monograph, Redeeming Anthropology: A Theological Critique of a
Download PDF: Kim RV, Faith in Flux By Devaka PremawardhanaPhiladelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2018. 232 pages. $49.95. The spread of Christianity worldwide during the twenty-first century cannot be discussed without the success of Pentecostalism. While the heavy presence of
Download PDF: RV The, Wiley Blackwell Reader Edited by Bonnie J. Miller-McLemoreHoboken, NJ: Wiley, 2019. 424 pages. $51.95. Describing one’s area of interest as “practical theology” can often elicit the follow-up retort, “. . . as opposed to impractical theology?”
Download PDF: Cuddeback-Gedeon, Nothing About Us Without Us Abstract As the number of Christian theologians engaging ethnographic research increases, there have been several scholarly conversations about how the power and privilege of the researcher impacts knowledge and relationships in fieldwork.
Download PDF: RV Daniels, Christian Theology in Practice Bonnie J. Miller-McLemore Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2012. 334 pages. $34.00 In Christian Theology in Practice: Discovering a Discipline, Bonnie Miller-McLemore offers a collection of her work in the fields of practical and pastoral
Download PDF: Blevins and Toler, Something to Prove? Introduction While there are numerous opportunities to develop new paradigms and shift existing ones in interdisciplinary research in religion and health, there are also challenges involved in such work. One key challenge presents
Download PDF: Wegner, The Role of Improvisation ABSTRACT Our bodies play an essential role in our thinking and learning. However, the educational system we inherited from the scientific paradigm was designed to limit the body’s interaction in learning. In fact,