SILT 2006: Participant Reflections

Posted on December 28, 2015 by PLT Staff

Participant reflections from the Spring Institute for Lived Theology 2006 in Charlottesville, Virginia. In preparation for the conference, partakers were asked to consider the idea of the built environment in the context of redemption and reconciliation. This resource consists of their responses.

Excerpt: “I have come to see that where we place ourselves becomes who we are in a context. What we place around us sets the parameters for determining what is just, peaceful or beautiful in a faithful sense. How we shape our environment determines the construct of our character and the possibilities of our spiritual, social and political development.”

  • Paper Information
  • Authors: Craig Wong, Eric Jacobsen, Eddie Howard, Laura Sugg, Julie Polter, Rhonda Miska, Matthew Whelan, Tim Clayton, Ashley Diaz Mejias, Elizabeth Emrey, Roy Hange, Russell M. Jeung, Louis P. Nelson, Lindsay Quinn, Rydell Payne, Scott Dimock, Nisha Botchwey, Joe Szakos, Marilyn Dimock, Jesse Straight
  • Creation Date: April 2006
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