Emerging and Catholic? Why, yes!

Fr. Richard Rohr spoke at Fuller last evening on the topic of Emerging Christianity.   What’s interesting is my own studies on emerging theology have pushed me to study a lot of liberation theologies, much of which is found in Latin American Catholic contexts. This is the first time I was exposed to a contemporary Catholic talking on the subject, and it was very interesting.  It’s about an hour and a half long, but it’s very much worth listening to.

If you want to download just the mp3, here’s the link to that.  To download, right click the link and choose “save link as”, then choose where you want to put it on your computer.

Here’s the talk:

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I recorded this on my livescribe pen, so I should have notes that connect to the audio, but unfortunately, like usual, the livescribe online site doesn’t work for me. So, instead, here’s a pdf copy of my notes, so that you might follow along, or preview what’s talked about.

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