Recap: Emergent Village Theological Conversation 2012

The annual Emergent Village Theological Conversation has been going on this week at Claremont School of Theology in Claremont, California (January 31-February 2, 2012). The theme of this year’s conference was “The Living and Life-Giving God in a World of Transition.” Claremont is the bastion of what is known as process theology, and the main speakers are prominent process theologians — Monica Coleman, Phillip Clayton, John Cobb, etc. — in conversation with emergent church practitioners.

Many of the sessions were livestreamed on Ustream (but don’t appear to be recorded and archived), and a lot of great thoughts from the conference have been shared via Twitter. Here’s my attempt at curating the fantastic content that came out of #EVTC:

"Perhaps you should get saved before you talk all big and all. You can't have ..."

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"Perhaps if you had a relationship with the Lord then He would teach you instead ..."

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"Now I know you are a false, wicked deceiver. "When the Lord (that is your ..."

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  • Corey

    Someone please tell me there will be media available from this event!