Vol 22 No 1 2015

Writing Methods in Theological Reflection


As a practical theologian I am interested in the "so what?" implications of where theology makes a difference and its productive potential. But my training is largely in the Classical Western academic mould. Story-writing and other creative expression is largely about what I used to enjoy in primary school, rather than part of my toolbox or palette as a theologian. But I want to stretch and reconnect with creative writing that I both enjoy and that connects with otherwise untapped wisdom in the recesses of my mind. Thus Writing Methods in Theological Reflection was a timely book to find and enjoy over two summer afternoons.