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:

"i do find actual antimuslim prejudice a problem"

Christian Prejudice Towards Muslims is Antithetical ..."
"Oh, the emergent cohort, community, village, communal, cooperative, etc is still alive but in stealth ..."

Emergent Village Is NOT Dead. It’s ..."
"What was the conclusion of the police investigation into trump? Durp durp durp."

You need to listen to Richard ..."
""The police make an automatic referral of the domestic violence call to the Department of ..."

You need to listen to Richard ..."

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  • Corey

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