The cycle of theological reflection takes into account both experience / practice and theology / theory and asks how these two interact. It strikes me that there is a delicate balance to be held between ‘making God in our image’ and having a ‘disconnected dysfunctional theology’.
We’re excited to announce the launch of a new blended learning class for 2016/17 to be taught at SBC. The class will centre upon training for Chaplaincy
‘All day, all night, angels watching over me, my Lord’…
One of the modules I’m teaching this trimester is Christianity and Culture – a wonderful opportunity to explore the various ways in which Christianity and culture relate, and what being ‘in the world, but not of it’ can mean in particular spheres of life for us here in Scotland.
Throughout the coming months look out for these blog posts written by staff (and the occasional student too!) We hope to share the vision for the College and how you can help shape it, as well as reflect on some of our own areas of interest and research in theology and practice.