What is Theology?

This reflection is part of a collection of responses to the theme: “What is Theology?”  By Daniel Lawlor    What is Theology? The song of the rainy day The rhythm when you just want to cry But can’t When the internal feelings are brimming up at the surface And external sound reverberates Ripples against the... Continue Reading →

What is Theology: An International Student Perspective

This reflection is part of a collection of responses to the theme: “What is Theology?”  By Rev. Andri Purnawan with contribution from DongGun Sim International Students have diverse perspectives about theology. This article will present a theological understanding from three different perspectives. The first comes from the personal statement of international student members; the second... Continue Reading →

More Prayer, More Community

This reflection is part of a collection of responses to the theme: “On Civility and Tolerance: What does theological education entail when worlds collide?” By Hazel Johnson “I am always impressed by the fact that it is recorded that the only thing that the disciples asked Jesus to teach them how to do was to... Continue Reading →

Toward a Language of Abundance

This reflection is part of a collection of responses to the theme: "On Civility and Tolerance: What does theological education entail when worlds collide?" by Mike Mennonno “When it was almost time for the Jewish Passover, Jesus went up to Jerusalem. In the temple courts he found people selling cattle, sheep and doves, and others... Continue Reading →

Reflections on Civility and Tolerance

The name The Prophet was selected as the title for this student journal due to the Boston University School of Theology's reputation as "The School of the Prophets." The Martin Luther King, Jr. Professor of Ethical Leadership at Boston University is Dr. Walter Earl Fluker. He often encourages current students to consider how we might... Continue Reading →

Expanded Reality

by Tory Dillard "He drew a circle that shut me out. Heretic, rebel, a thing to flout. But love and I had the wit to win, We drew a circle that took him in." This poem by Edwin Markham has been the backbone to my personal theology. The idea here is one of radical and... Continue Reading →

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