Emergent Theological Conversation – Be there!

I find it amusing when I hear people talk about the end of the emergent conversation. My sense is that it has just begun, and that the most interesting times are ahead – especially as it becomes more ecumenical and more global. This fall’s theological conversation is a case in point … Here’s the link and vital information:
Theological Conversation – Creating Liberated Spaces in a Postcolonial World
When: November 01, 2010 at 02:00 PM – November 03, 2010 at 12:30 PM
Where: First Presbyterian Church, Atlanta, 1328 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30309

Greetings! We’re thrilled to invite you to the 11th Annual Emergent Village Theological Conversation, scheduled for early November in Atlanta.

This year’s Conversation will feature a global panel of three theologians from diverse theological backgrounds , each of whom will share stories, processes and theological reflections to engage our imaginations as we attempt to create liberated spaces in a postcolonial world. New Testament Professor and Christian feminist scholar Musa Dube joins us from Botswana, Richard Twiss shares what it means to walk the way of Jesus among First Nations peoples, and U.K.-based Colin Greene, Director of Metavista Consultancy (www.meta-vista.org) and Visiting Fellow of Bible, Theology and Culture at St John’s College, Durham University, presents his reflections on theology and cultural engagement.
Following on the heels of the American Academy of Religion’s annual conference, the Conversation offers a unique opportunity to engage with leading theologians in a highly interpersonal context. As in years past, this gathering is intentionally designed to foster relational interaction with both speakers and fellow participants. You won’t want to miss what promises to be a landmark year in Emergent Village’s signature event.
For additional information, please visit the 2010 Theological Conversation website. If you find you still have questions, feel free to e-mail us at events.ev@gmail.com. Space is limited, so register promptly if you want to reserve your space. This is an opportunity you won’t want to miss.