Matthew Beal, doctoral student in Practical Theology at BUSTH, recently reviewed Lived Theology: New Perspectives on Method, Style, and Pedagogy, edited by Charles Marsh, Peter Slade, and Sarah Azaransky. Please see the beginning of Beal’s review below and visit the Reading Religion website for the full review. Reading Religion (RR) is an open book review website published by the American Academy of […]
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The Center for Practical Theology is thrilled to announce that Rev. Dr. Teddy Hickman-Maynard (STH MDiv ’03 and PhD in Practical Theology ’15) has joined the School of Theology faculty as Assistant Professor of Black Church Studies. Below, Rev. Dr. Hickman-Maynard shares what he’s looking forward to about teaching and research, what’s on his bookshelf, and some […]
Today we feature a sermon from Practical Theology doctoral candidate Rev. Brandon Crowley entitled “The Great Divide.” Rev. Crowley delivered this sermon on Sunday, November 13, 2016, following the elections in the United States. Rev. Crowley is the Senior Pastor of The Myrtle Baptist Church of West Newton. .
Today we are featuring STH doctoral student Matthew S. Beal’s review of Eileen R. Campbell-Reed’s Anatomy of a Schism: How Clergywomen’s Narratives Reinterpret the Fracturing of the Southern Baptist Convention. Below is the beginning of Matt’s review, and be sure to visit the Reading Religion website for the full review.
On September 12, 2016, hundreds of clergy and laity from many traditions marched from Boston Common to the Statehouse in the nationwide Moral Monday National Day of Action. In solidarity with gatherings at 25 state capitols throughout the country, participants sang, shared and listened to testimonies.
Andrew Tripp is a Ph.D. candidate in Practical Theology with a concentration in Church and Society. He currently serves as a hospital chaplain while in the writing phase for his dissertation. His doctoral research is focused on urban churches and poverty. Andrew has sought out to identify churches that are being the church through their […]