Experimental Theology Years in Review 2007-2013

Happy New Year's Eve!

Since starting Experimental Theology in the middle of 2006 I've collected highlights from the blog at the end of the year. Tomorrow I'll be posting the 2014 Year in Review.

The blog has evolved a lot over the years. Much of the evolution due to my ongoing faith journey. As my friend Mark Love recently described it when I spoke at the Streaming conference, over the years I've "practiced my way into faith." I think that's right.

And so, following years of tradition, here are the links to the Years in Review from 2007-2013:
The 2007 Year in Review
The 2008 Year in Review
The 2009 Year in Review
The 2010 Year in Review
The 2011 Year in Review
The 2012 Year in Review
The 2013 Year in Review
Tomorrow on New Year's Day we'll take a look back at the year that was 2014. 

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3 thoughts on “Experimental Theology Years in Review 2007-2013”

  1. I just want to say how much I enjoy and appreciate this blog. I have been reading it for a couple of years now, and being able to comment from time to time has given this hungry heart an opportunity to feast and to share. Many of the comments of others keep me hopeful for a compassionate nation; even for the church of my youth.

  2. looking for the series on slavery of death? what year did you post that? Richard, I hear you quote Walter Brueggemann a lot, I was wondering what you think his thoughts might be on this series, I live in Cincinnati, Oh. where he lives, but haven't got a chance to ask him about it. I'd really like to print out the 32 (?) parts of the series and study it. (heard it on beyond the box) Thanks so much for sharing!

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