I’m sitting on a few conference papers that aren’t doing any good sitting on my hard drive (or in the cloud). Periodically I’ll be uploading papers and lectures I’ve done across the years using Humanities Commons. I gave this particular paper at the 3rd Iannone Conference in 2015.

This paper is an exploration of the rhythms and relationships that come from theological conversation. This paper explores the necessity of relationship and connection when doing theology. I argue that theology must be relational beginning with a theological encounter with the other. This paper incorporates the thoughts of Henri Lefebvre, Jean-Luc Nancy, and Paul Tillich.

You can open the paper using the link below:

http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/M6GW1T

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