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Introducing a Theology of Articulation

The Theology of Articulation requires testimony, community and authenticity as it seeks to put words to the experience of incarnation in the daily lives of suffering people. The concept grew out of the experience of Presbyterian pastor Lisa Nichols Hickman during a mission trip to New Orleans with a group of her church’s senior youth. In this essay, Hickman explores the way these elements combine to embody the word and transform those who speak and those who hear the word as it is articulated for a time and place. The essay is followed by self-reflection questions.

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The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship has received a $1 million grant

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