Pilgrim Pathways: Notes for a Diaspora People

Incarnational Discipleship

Encounters With Tradition (Series at Faith and Theology)

A few years back, Ben Myers, an Australian Anglican theologian and blogger, edited a series of guest posts on his great blog, Faith and Theology called “Encounters with Tradition.”  It explored theological traditions by means of first-hand testimonies by those converted to them from other traditions. Since I was raised United Methodist and became a Baptist, I contributed the 5th entry, “Becoming a Global [b]aptist.”  All seven entries in the series are worth reading and I wish Ben would revive the series by asking for other contributions–especially since all of the writers are white and male.


August 15, 2010 - Posted by | autobiographyu, Baptists, blog series, testimony

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