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Charting some Practical Theology History

One way — and it’s only one way — of tracking the professional conversation in practical theology sponsored in the USA is to look at the topics and themes that have been featured in Association of Practical Theology and Practical … Continue reading

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Dale Andrews on Martin Luther King, Jr.

“King’s nonviolent civil disobedience strategies to combat racism as well as poverty and militarism were shaped by an evolving critical theological methodology, which determined his four steps to any nonviolent campaign: collection of facts to expose injustice; mutual negotiation with … Continue reading

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