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Charles Marsh on the Project for Lived Theology

Charles Marsh describes a project that he directs involving more than 400 scholars, practitioners, pastors and theologians for the purpose of clarifying the interconnection of theology and lived experience. In the interview, he notes how graduate student apprentices in the project learn to connect theological ideas, congregational practices, public conversations and civic responsibility.

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