What should we be reading in lived theology?

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Theology matters, now more than ever. The Project examines religion’s role in shaping human behavior. Moreover, we work to retrieve valuable resources from the Christian faith and other traditions that assist students, scholars and practitioners in the work of building just and compassionate communities.

The Lived Theology Reading List is a collection of publications–many unaffiliated with the Project–that work to plumb the theological depth and detail of lived experience. Their authors are our fellow travelers in lived theology whose practices illustrate the importance of theological ideas in public conversation and whose work we support.

We invite you to contribute to the Lived Theology Reading List with book suggestions that similarly offer rich and generative material for theological inquiry. Post your thoughts to Twitter with the hashtag #LivedTheologyReads, and the Project will select a few to feature on our website as recommended resources.

For more of “On the Lived Theology Reading List,” click here. To engage in the conversation on Facebook and Twitter, @LivedTheology, please use #LivedTheologyReads.