Postcolonialism and the Missional Future of the Church: 2010 Emergent Village Theological Conversation

Announcing The 2010 Emergent Village Theological Conversation Postcolonialism and the Missional Future of the Church November 1-3, 2010 Atlanta, GA First Presbyterian Church

The 2010 Emergent Village Theological Conversation will feature a global panel of theologians- Musa Dube of Botswana, Richard Twiss of the Lakota Sioux tribe, and Colin Greene of the UK.  Engaging issues ranging from mission to postcolonialism to the AIDS epidemic, the Conversation is sure to be as rich as it is lively.  Our panel of theologians will share stories and parables from their traditions, discuss their latest theological research, and challenge the Western American Church to engage and welcome voices from the margins.

Don’t miss this opportunity to become more familiar with theologians doing remarkable work in their respective (and distinct!) contexts. We are certain it will be a landmark year in what has become Emergent Village’s signature event.

Featuring the following speakers:

Musa Dube Musa Dube

Musa Dube, Professor of New Testament at the University of Botswana and author of “A Postcolonial Feminist Interpretation of the Bible.”

Richard Twiss Richard Twiss

Richard Twiss is a member of the Rosebud Lakota/Sioux Tribe and the author of “One Church, Many Tribes.” He is the President of Wiconi International.

Colin Greene Colin Greene

Colin Greene is the Head of Theology and Mission Development for SGMLifewords in the UK. He is the author of “Metavista: Bible, Church and Mission in an Age of Imagination.”

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