BCM Thought Matters Seminar – Promo – The Spoken Word – poetry as theology

A Thought Matters PUBLIC SEMINAR
The Spoken Word – poetry as theology.
7.30pm, Thursday 22nd September 2016
Booth College of Mission Chapel

Tēnā Koutou Katoa

Anthony D. Baker, a Professor of Systematic Theology, claims that the first Christians said what they wanted to say about God in the only way they could say it: through a lyrical narration that told of things beyond human words, and saw things beyond human vision.

We’re excited that Rosy Keane will be at this month’s Thought Matters to bring even more of this Spoken Word – poetry as theology. Here is how Rosy describes herself:
I am a lover of God. There are so many things I can’t master (like cutting in straight lines and not laughing at my own bad puns), and Jesus won’t let me master Him.
I belong to the body of Christ, worship in The Salvation Army and live out community in Upper Hutt. I love the richness and sword of the Word of God, and find it to be living and active through the poetic delivery of spoken word – a way of ministering before the people and to God. I currently pursue the weaving together of Kingdom and earth through all of the above and within The Salvation Army Territorial Women’s Ministries.

We look forward to seeing you.

NB. this Thought Matters Seminar will be available online at https://www.facebook.com/BoothCollegeOfMissionNZ/ shortly after the event.

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