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The Project for a Lived Theology

The current generation of theology students is experiencing a resurgence of moral energy as they pursue deeper theological understandings and look for ways to make a difference in the world. The Lived Theology Project addresses those desires through a series of activities that bring scholars, practitioners, pastors and theologians together to explore ways to link academic theology with public life and action. In this nine-page interview provided by Resources for American Christianity, project director Charles Marsh discusses the Project for Lived Theology, its origination, objectives, dynamics and potential for the program.




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