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Project on Lived Theology

December 9, 2008

At Virginia University there is a Project on Lived Theology that aims to reflect theologically on the practices of everyday life. The website says: “It is our conviction that the patterns and practices of religious communities offer rich and generative material for theological inquiry. These patterns and practices are not just ways of “doing things” (as the historian Wayne Meeks has written in one of his essential studies of early Christian communities), but they are also ways of “saying things”: practices and patterns are “communicative”.

Some current projects include research and writing by Alan Jacobs and Mark Gornik. Check out the list of scholars and thier current book projects here which also includes chapter downloads of forthcoming books.

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