Ron Martoia on Reading and Living the Biblical Text

Here are some helpful videos on how we read and live the story of God, by Ron Martoia (who contributed to this blog). He has some great insights! Would love your feedback!

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  • Tara Hornbacker

    Well spoken, Brother!

    Improvisation by Samuel Wells relates to this same topic applied to Christian Ethics.
    One of the ideas of which Wells reminds us is that improv has rules – it is practiced in community (acting troupe.)

    My favorite way of explaining Christian community (particularly in the Church of the Brethren context): we are practicing improvisation in ensemble. Love Feast as practiced by the Church of the Brethren is a a unique, identity-bearing, participatory drama that guides the understanding of Christ-centered service.

    Nice opening conversation!

    Tara.