Passion for Christian Unity Essays in Honor of William Tabbernee
This collection presents unique perspectives on a variety of theological themes, intellectual reflections, and cultural analyses surrounding ecumenical activities and relations with people of other living faiths. Twelve members or former members of More...
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This collection presents unique perspectives on a variety of theological themes, intellectual reflections, and cultural analyses surrounding ecumenical activities and relations with people of other living faiths. Twelve members or former members of the Phillips Theological Seminary faculty honor long-time president William Tabbernee through these essays, giving a wide breadth of interdisciplinary exploration of issues around Christian unity.
John Imbler serves as Associate Professor of the History of Christianity and Disciples Studies at Phillips Theological Seminary. An ordained minister in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Dr. Imbler serves on the regional ministerial commissions of Kansas and Oklahoma. Executive Vice President of PTS, he is also the seminary's director of Disciples of Christ ministerial formation. He currently is chair of the committee on Religious Understanding of Tulsa Metropolitan Ministry and sits on the board of United Campus Ministry of the University of Tulsa. A member of the American Academy of Religion, the American Association for Higher Education, and the Disciples of Christ Historical Society, he joined the PTS faculty in 1993.
|The Ecumenical Paradox in Three Linguistic Strategies|
|"Give Me Thy Hand"|
|The Idealization of Christian Origins in Acts of the Apostles|
|Clippings from World Call|
|It's about the Conversation|
|Circling Back with Fresh Eyes|
|Labyrinth Walking as a Prelude to Spiritually Based Conversation|
|"Tell Me What You Want, What You Really, Really Want"|
|Ties That Bind Too Tightly|
|Does Constructive Theology Matter?|
|Deep and New|